Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Excuse Me?

I wasn't here. I really don't know what happened. I don't know how it got started, but I do know that Mira was the ring leader. And after the display of how her mind works (aren't you glad you are not a bird?) I guess that I am not surprised. I almost feel sorry for people with "normal" children.

To make a long story short, I come home and Mira has created something new. "I'm calling it 'poo-ding'" she says with a wicked grin. "I'm going to see if Liam will eat it"

I asked what was in it and she said that it was pretty much the same thing that was in the custard pie that she made last week, just not measured. And she put it in a baggie and put it in the fridge to have it firm up so that she could cut the corner off of the bag so that she could form it and make it look.....well, let's just not go there.

But Liam look excited by it.
He even liked the taste of it. We don't call him "Snack Snack Sugar Lips" for nothing!


TadMack said...

I love your children.
I thought the bird poetry was inspired.

But I'm going to have to go breathe deeply in cold air for awhile.

Oh, Liam, darling boy: YUCK.

Anonymous said...

Oh gross! I haven't had breakfast yet. I think that I'll skip it this morning.

Why the chop sticks Liam?


Kansas A said...

Well "Snack Snack Sugar Lips" looks downright happy enjoying his poo-ding... I, on the other hand, am getting queasy LOL :)

DaviMack said...

Did Mira see the plastic-bag-as-pastry-pipe technique on television? 'Cause if she just made it up herself, she's a bright one! I remember all of the rolling of parchment I did to do cake decorating, and then, years later, I saw the zip-top bag method and was sooo angry!

Mira said...

We don't have a television. I have no idea how or when I learned about using the zip loc bag as a pastry pipe.

DaviMack said...

Awesome! It's a really smart way to go, and is so much easier than the parchment paper method!

Now - are you going to use it to actually pipe anything decorative? ;)

Anonymous said...

Hmm. Things have moved along from the Ziggy cakes that Mamoo used to make.

Curious Llama