Sometimes Laidey does weird things when you ask her look you in the eyes…
Despite my endless love of cooking shows from childhood (even cooking shows on the radio!) I don’t really know how to cook. So I’m pretty thrilled that I can make this pasta. We call it Pasta and Stuff.
- half a bag of pasta (we’ve been doing the whole grain twisty pasta from TJs)
My stuff is usually onions and tomatoes and garlic and red pepper flakes sauteed in butter. This pasta had zucchini and mushrooms, too, making it extra fancy. Oh, and always, always parmgiano reggiano on top. And salt and pepper along the way.
I can also make salad! I will share that with you someday. (Can’t give away all my cooking knowledge in one post…)
Adelaide asking Daddy for a drink at In-N-Out Burger.
One of Adelaide’s new words. “What?!”
Somehow, this became one of Adelaide’s favorite toys. It’s a pewter cast of Henry VIII. She calls him Knight.
In school, if you were staring at someone, they would say, “Take a picture, it’ll last longer.”
I think that applies here.
Do you see where this dude plugged in his laptop? (Hint: Look up.)
I saw it today in Echo Park. And I love that I was able to find a picture of it online (thanks to www.thedirtfloor.com).
I think I might be the worst decision maker. Like, ever.
What’s worse, when I finally manage to make a decision, I usually end up hating my choice.
Big decisions, I’m good at those. It’s the little things. Haircuts, perfumes, clothes, blog colors. If I love it at first, that is a bad sign.
All that to say, I made The Kilpatricks blog my own personal blog, and don’t be surprised if I change everything about it.
Adelaide: (sitting outside at night, wiggling her fingers in the air) Tikko, tikko! I tikko fwowers.
Mommy: You’re tickling the flowers?
Adelaide: Tikko, tikko! I tikko moon.
Mommy: You’re tickling the moon?
Adelaide: Tikko, tikko! I tikko light.
Mommy: You’re tickling the light?