We had been having some rain. So, I decided it was a cookie kind of day. I used a Chocolate Chip cookie recipe I found online to make a rainy day a little bit brighter.
Tip: We didn’t have chocolate chips so I just chopped a bar of baking chocolate into small chunks.
Cookie dough ready for the oven! The girls helped me spoon out the dough. It was fun and took a long time for them to complete one cookie sheet which was the whole point of the project (killing time on a rainy day).
Notice the cookie crumbs on my daughter’s fingers? The cookie shown was her second one in less than five minutes. The cookies were a huge success!
Our new cookie jar that we bought over vacation was half way full. That didn’t last long! I told Vilay we had to buy a cookie jar because no childhood is complete without one in the home.
We have a small green corner in our living room. It is calming. I am surprised the kids leave the plants alone but so far so good. They even help me water them each day. I guess you could say it is training for when we do get a kitten.
Why hello Mr. and Mrs. Lego. Thank you for inviting us to your lovely home. Look! We brought cookies!
My oldest daughter was in Girl Scouts during second grade. She sold quite a few boxes of cookies and won this cute little bear that I am saving for her. My favorite Girl Scout cookies are Thin Mints and Samoas® straight out of the freezer.