“I’ll measure the flour, you can dump it in,”
“You’re good at measuring.”
“And you’re good at dumping.”
“3 Tablespoons of sugar.”
“You don’t have to mix so strenuously.”
“1 Tablespoon of baking powder.”
“And 1 teaspoon of salt.”
“Did you already put the salt in? I wanted to use my little teaspoon.”
“Okay, now we have to put the wet ingredients in this bowl.”
“You can crack the egg, just let me pour the milk in first.”
“A whole cup of milk.”
“I need to melt half a stick of butter.”
“The key to perfect muffins is to never over-mix the batter.”
“Repeat after me, I will never over-mix my muffin batter.”
“I will never over-mix my muffin batter.”
Sarah ate all 6 of her tiny muffins and then ate one of mine. Then Caleb and Seth each had a muffin. Ethan came home from picking up Tessa and they ate the remaining nine muffins which meant Michael, David, Jacob, and I did not get a muffin. (12-3=9)
“I feel so bad,” said Tessa when she realized.
“I don’t. I’m proud of us.” said Ethan with his eyes closed contentedly.
They look scrumptious! AND they got to eat them all! What? Lucky kids!
Life in a family. 🙂