As I tweeted earlier, I made these tonight:
Thank you for bringing the Food Shame to my house Pioneer Woman!
And yes, Pillsbury crescent rolls and Mountain Dew are indeed two of the ingredients. The other ingredients? Butter. HALF A POUND OF BUTTER. Like buy a brick of butter at the store, go home, cut it IN HALF, melt it down and pour it all over the pan. It might have been faster to simply staple some cellulite to my thighs, but it sure wouldn't have tasted as good.
Anyway, just wanted to share that with you. FYI - they taste kind of like McDonald's apple pie... but with butter. Awesome. Embarassing, but awesome.
Now, on to the good news!
I have invited my sister, the Baby Guru to be a guest blogger here on No Place Like Home! She started her own blog ages ago and recently had to put it aside due to her busy life being a mother to FIVE KIDS. Yep, FIVE. Her oldest is 7, her youngest is 2 and she is WAAAYYY smarter than me when it comes to parenting. I wanted to give her a place to post some of the cool stuff she's got going on with her multi-talented family without the stress of running her own blog. Plus she can share some of her parenting tricks with you directly instead of me just simply stealing her ideas and passing them off as my own. Not that I would do that. Very much.
Oh and did I mention that she is my little sister? She just turned 28 last month.
The whole brood. Their photogenic powers could kill you. Thankfully they only use it for good.
So that's the news. Her first post will be on Friday. ('kay Jen?) Just in time to kick off Thanksgiving weekend!
Speaking of Thanksgiving, I would be so THANKFUL to have some more Twitter followers. It's super easy to sign up (see the convenient link at the top of this page) and it would frankly be a nice boost to my online ego.
ALSO - anyone out there with more party suggestions for Liliane's 2nd birthday, please comment. Again, I will be ever so thankful and I really appreciate the advice I have received so far!
And now for a TOTAL CHANGE OF SUBJECT...
I feel I must say that if you think Roman Polanski should be above the law because so much time has gone by and/or he's made some great movies, I will slap you. And then while you're standing there gaping at me and my crazy eyes I will slap you again and order you to take FIVE MINUTES to Google the details of what actually happened to that 13-year old girl before opening your fool mouth.
OK, thanks for letting me get that off my chest. I know I'm pretty much preaching to the choir as I doubt any regular NPLH readers would disagree with me. Still, I felt the need to be clear about that. Phewf.