Sunday, November 28, 2010
This month's baby book club theme was My house, Your House. We started off the event playing in our forts and building tall towers. The book selected was the "three little pigs" and the craft was designed to showcase each of the three pigs houses - straw, sticks and brick. We used shreddies for straw, chinese noodles for sticks and garlic croutons for bricks. The little ones had fun sampling the materials as they constructed their houses. Thanx Scribble n' Splatter for hosting such a wonderful event!
Our momstown Milton munchkins had a great time at the fire station last week. We were greeted by inpsector Korby and Sparky who taught us all about fire prevention. We watched a short video on the ABC's of fire saftey which highlighted how to stop, drop and roll and to always have two escape routes planned in case of a house fire. We were then given a tour of the station and got to climb inside the fire truck. What an educational and fun way to spend the morning!
Friday, November 26, 2010
Our momstown Milton moms enjoyed our dessert tonight! We met at a local cafe where the desserts were just fabulous! From the chocolate brownie cheesecake to the colussus chocolate cake, everyone left with a full tummy! The only thing better than the dessert was the company. We shared many laughs and had some great conversations. Overall, this mom's night out was the perfect way to start a weekend!
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Our momstown milton junior chefs had a wonderful time at Boston Pizza making their very own personal pizza's. Upon our arrival, each chef was given their toppings to assemble on the pizza dough. Each child had their own unique technique on how to place the pepperoni and cheese to make the ultimate pizza. While we were waiting for the pizzas to bake in a 500 degree oven, we were given a tour of the kitchen. Each station had a special feature that caught the eye of both mamas and kids. The highlights were the heavy duty dishwasher that could get all of the dishes completed in 2 minutes, the large mixing bowl to kneed the dough,the walk in freezer and the induction burner for the pasta. The best part of the tour was when we got to sample our creations...YUMMY! Thank you Boston Pizza for teaching us how to make a great pizza!