Sunday, April 19, 2009

Weekly Winners: I knew you were coming so we...


Guess what we got from a friend this week...guess what Mommy always wanted as a kid...


Patting it just so


Ready to roll ... but in through the out door (we`ll figure it out ...)


Pink-a-licious


Uh, yum?


Exhausted ... what did Mommy put in the mix anyway?



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24 comments:

Tara R. said...

How exciting. Hope you both have fun baking in the kitchen.

perpstu/Poppingbubbles said...

How fun! I remember my Easy Bake oven. It was a navy blue Holly Hobby version. These are great shots!

perpstu/Poppingbubbles said...

How fun! I remember my Easy Bake oven. It was a navy blue Holly Hobby version. These are great shots!

perpstu/Poppingbubbles said...

How fun! I remember my Easy Bake oven. It was a navy blue Holly Hobby version. These are great shots!

Maureen said...

Oh, we still have daughter's Easy Bake from the early 90's. I wish I still had my old green one.

Sometimes the batter didn't even get cooked... I would eat it from the package. ;)

Have fun Chefs!

Kami's Khlopchyk said...

I always wanted one too but my parents refused to buy it for me...until my wedding shower. Yes, that's right, when I was 25. I think I have only used it once.

It's taking up space in my Mom's closet. Ha!

Smoochiefrog said...

Gotta love the Easy Bake!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

I loved the easy bake oven. Great shots.

Colleen - Mommy Always Wins said...

Cuteness! I always wanted one of those, too!

tiff said...

How cool is that?
Great of a wonderful experience.

Mrs4444 said...

So much fun!! We still have ours; maybe it's time we handed it on...?

Karen said...

Haha! I can just imagine you elbowing her out of the way to mix and bake. :)

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

too sweet! were they good?

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

Enjoy the easy bake! I never had one, but my friend Amy had one, and we used to pack canned dog food into those little pans and make 'cakes' for our dogs for their birthdays. They ate them, but you know, they're dogs. ;)

louann said...

What fun!!

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hip chick said...

I remember playing with my kitchen set when I was a girl. What fun!

Knatolee said...

Oooooh! Mine was green and c, 1969! Love the picture of the after-effects of the cake mix.

Kim said...

I loved loved loved my Easy Bake Oven!! It looks like you guys had a blast!!

Kat said...

Ha! Cute. I had one. It's one of those toys that requires constant supervision and becomes exhausting for mom, hehe. SO cute.

Momisodes said...

Oh what a fun series of shots! That last photo is adorable. I loved those little ovens, too :)

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kurt said...

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