Thursday, September 13, 2012

hey, it's ok.


{ seriously the worlds best pumpkin bread ... look no further just click HERE


Hey, its ok... 

Hey, it's ok to let your small children eat pumpkin bread for breakfast...sure its got a lot of sugar but we all know pumpkin is really good for you.

Hey, it's ok to skip a few pages of the book your reading to your 3 year old ... after-all they can't read and you've  read NO DAVID at least 5 times already within a 3 hour time span.

Hey, it's ok to tell your child something might possibly taste like mint when you don't want them to have a particular food..b/c well you know they dislike all things mint and they wont ask again

Hey, its ok to pretend that you didn't hear the ice cream truck and turn the music up a little louder so the little's cant hear it either...b/c well you never have cash and the drama that follows the passing of the ice cream man is way worse then never knowing he was ever there.

This idea was taken from Glamours ... Hey, its ok ... 


your turn.... Hey it's ok to......{_________________}

p.s. make this bread...it wont disappoint!

18 comments:

Susan said...

I must try it! I love pumpkin anything. Never used to, but now...yum.
Hey, it's ok...to take your almost 14 yo to see Madonna and then be on under 5 hours of sleep the next day. Actually, maybe it's not ok. Ugh.

katygirl said...

I saw this recipe on your food blog. Can't wait to try it!!

Soph said...

Oh my goodness that looks delish.
And hey it's ok to randomly talk in a British accent when saying hello to strangers even though you are American and have an awful British accent.

Daisy said...

Done and Done! My two favorite things. Pumpkin and bread :)

Jacky {The Sweetest Petunia} said...

Mmmm, this pumpkin bread looks amazing! Love pumpkin in the Fall!

bandofbrothers said...

i lOVE LOVE LOVE pumpkin bread!!!!!

Kelly said...

listen.
i never have cash either and just the other day on our way to grab the boys from school hubz and i stopped for a soda. when tiny man asked what we were drinking hubz told him it was tea. (tiny hates tea) he thought about it for a moment and said "oh whatever i'm really thirsty" dang. we were caught. LOL

oomph. said...

i LOVE punmpkin everything. glad i swung by and saw this recipe...sounds delicious!

[oomph.]

kaylee@life chasers said...

Can't wait to try it!
The mint and ice cream truck thing? Totally something I would do/have done.

ginanorma said...

making asap.

i've never made pumpkin bread:o

ginanorma said...

and hahahaha love this post! make it a regular thing..

mmm let me think, it's ok if you and your teen daughter need grace every 2 seconds because you are buttin heads constantly. it's ok if you ate left overs most of the week for dinner.
hey, i could get pretty good at this Christina!

tiff@thecoffeehouse said...

haha. laughing about skipping pages ... I always do that with my nephews. with Jack I usually just make up my own story altogether. It makes it more exciting for me. :)

Sophie said...

I just discovered your blog and I love it! I enjoyed this post. Sometimes I think we try to do everything that we can the best we can. Sometimes we need to learn that it is more healthy to tone it down. I definitely want to try that recipe out too. Thanks for your great blog!

Purposely at Home said...

Haha! This was absolutely too cute. :) And I LOVE pumpkin bread! Yay for having it for bfast...;D

xo
purposelyathome.blogspot.com

Katie said...

I want to taste that pumpkin bread right now!! and skipping pages is definitely okay - especially when so many of them say No David. :)

17 Perth said...

Haha...oh my gosh! So funny! And yes-- it's definitely okay to skip a few pages when it's the third or fourth time you've read it. ;) and that pumpkin bread aaa I think it's a must try.

raisingrainbows said...

lol.
It's ok to ..... make a complete fool of yourself, if it means making sweet everlasting memories for your children.

michelle @ this little light said...

Pumpkin Bread is, like, Reason No. 672 why I think Autumn is the greatest season. Love, love, love it and can't wait to try out this different recipe!

I made two loaves last week and totally fed them to my son with a big dollop of butter each morning as his breakfast. It's just one of those joys of childhood (thank God for his overactive metabolism)!