Sunday, May 01, 2011

Bardo and me

Bardo's figured out how to operate the computer and the television independently.  It's annoying and a lot of work to keep him busy doing brain-growing, rather than brain-numbing activities.  It's also annoying to make sure that I log out every time I get off the computer.  But I like to think that he enjoys the bike rides, cooking, and learning to read with me just as much as PBSkids.org, BellaSara, and addicting games because I adore this boy.

Also, please note that Bardo, though only age 4 has lost his first tooth.


Also, it is of note that my kids and I have been experimenting with Healthy Bread in 5 minutes a day.  I was so excited about this book, but bread can never ever take an average of five minutes a day.  It's not possible. Additionally, the bread-making method in the book did not work for me, leaving the gluten undeveloped and the bread dense.   Thank goodness I did not buy the book and just checked it out from the library.  

I did get the idea for pizza rolls from the authors' website.  They were a huge hit with Bardo and the Warlock.



6 comments:

tenacious d said...

I tried that, too, and had similar results. One probably has to practice for months to get it down to five minutes. The bread, while delicious, was more like a ciabatta.

Amberly said...

you look gorgeous in that first picture.

MT Missy said...

Ooooo...those pizza rolls look fun, I'll have to try them.

Lisa said...

Good thing you know how improve upon the recipes in the book! Bardo looks like he is having a GREAT time!

The Silly Witch said...

If by "improving" you mean calling a friend and getting her recipe...

Prairie Smoke said...

He's so much fun!