November 22, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

I just can’t wait to see all my family and stuff myself silly…lol My family is a strange bunch but that’s what makes us so much fun. We are a tight knit clan and the holidays are a great time for us…were loud we pig out and we laugh, someone almost always gets drunk and passes out….fun times!! Let us all take a moment and enjoy a meal with the people you cherish. Salute Everyone Ella 1888 430-2010
November 22, 2010

Thanksgiving Every Day

The table is brimming with good things to eat; We’re surrounded by family and friends; what a treat. The feelings that fill us today can’t be beat; It’s Thanksgiving Day, and it all feels complete. But other days, sometimes things don’t seem so fine; Those days are not polished and don’t seem to shine. It’s then in our minds, we forget all the good, And think of the things we would get, if we could. On days when our thinking causes us dread, If we could remember, it’s all in our head, And not let our minds take our gratitude away, Then we’d make every day like Thanksgiving Day. By Karl Fuchs Happy EveryDay! Mommy Sara 1 888 430 2010
November 13, 2010

Turkey Day Greeting!

Just wanted to wish my x-rated more mature audience a happy upcoming Turkey Day! I am very excited about cooking and decorating. So just for Shits & Giggles, thought I would share the Many fun things will be on my menu ………….. To Drink: Screaming Orgasm Cum shots Sweet Mothers Milk Appetizer: Mini Wieners Beer Battered Nipples Peanut filled Bottoms Main Course: 10lb Apple and Pecan Stuffed Baby Freshly carved Thighs and Breast Mashed potatoes with my Special White Sauce Sweet and Sour Balls Green bean casserole baked in Succulent Pussy Hot warm Buns For Desert: Whipped Cream covered Boobies topped with Nuts and A Cherry Chocolate covered Penises, served over a Nutty Cranberry Sorbet Toasted Marshmallow Lips Carmel filled Kisses It will be a feast! Be sure to finish up with Mommies Monthly Homemade Brandy, it’s floral scent warms and soothes the tummy. Or A cup of Daddy’s Warm Earthy Piss Cider BON APPETIT! Mommy Sara 1 888 430 2010
November 22, 2009

Parade, YAY!

One of my favorite, FAVORITE things at Thanksgiving besides the food is the Macy’s Parade! My dad and used to watch it together while my mom cooked. It would just be him and I, and I loved that time together. There were not a lot opportunity to spend any alone time together, but this one day of the year, him and I for a few hours would sit and be together and watch it. It was awesome! I miss my dad, and I loved him very much. So this Thanksgiving when you look around the room at who is there, give thanks for them, and know how lucky you are to have them there. Stacie 1.888.430.2010
November 27, 2008

Make an Apple Turkey!

What could be more in the Thanksgiving spirit than a celebration of the turkey? You will enjoy making these little turkeys out of apples. *giggles* This is a great activity to keep small hands out of the kitchen while Mommy prepares that big meal. All you need are a few apples, some toothpicks, marshmallows and raisins and you’re all set! When you are done you will have made a fabulous table decoration everyone can look at and enjoy while they gobble the real thing. *smiles* What You Need: * A large red apple * Large and mini sized marshmallows (one large, at least 20 small) * Toothpicks (seven per apple should be enough, but have extras on hand in case they break!) * Raisins (15 – 30) * Candy corn (one) What You Do: 1. Place the apple on a flat surface and remove the stem as close to the apple as possible. 2. Carefully poke a toothpick into the apple on the outer rim behind where the stem was. 3. Keep placing the toothpicks in this fashion until you have six of them fanning out behind the stem to represent the tail feathers (three clustered on one side and three on the other.) 4. Once the toothpicks are in place, slide a raisin onto the first one, then a mini marshmallow, then another raisin, in a pattern. Repeat it on all six toothpicks. Be sure the pattern ends with the mini marshmallow at the top so the tip of the toothpick is no longer exposed. 5. Now, on to the face of the turkey! Place another toothpick in front of the six toothpicks on the opposite side of the stem. Gently press the large marshmallow onto the toothpick. 6. Using scissors, snip tiny slits into the spots where the eyes will go. Press a raisin into each eye hole. 7. Using the pointy end of the candy corn, poke it into where the nose goes and you’ve got your turkey! Make a whole family of turkeys, or one for each guest to take home. After a big heavy meal, they’ll appreciate having something light and healthy to eat the next morning! I so enjoy finding cool things like this on the web and I hope you enjoy this little treat. *smiles* Mommy Lexus 1-888-430-2010
November 26, 2008

Shake, Shake, Shake!

Shake, shake, shake, shake your booty, shake your booty yeah! Don’t forget after that big Thanksgiving Day Feast to work off all those calories! Need help getting your diapered butt in gear? Give me a call and I’ll give you a workout routine you’ll want to stick with! *giggles* CousinJenna 1 888 430-2010
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