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Pasta & Hotdogs





We did the pasta and hotdogs for lunch yesterday as planned and it worked out okay, but I would use thick spaghetti for young kids. Makenna kept breaking the pasta before it was pushed all the way through the hotdog. She actually enjoyed eating the hotdogs versus building them, but Maddie had fun doing it.

After they were cooked I really wasn't sure what to serve with it. It seemed gross to put ketchup up the plate with pasta, but Maddie dipped hers in ketchup and liked it - Makenna thought they were disgusting.

It was a fun little project for them - we'll do it again.

Today I'm going to get my locs done at Rare Essence Natural Hair Studio. I'll put some pictures up tomorrow. http://www.rarebraids.com/gallery.html

Have an awesome Tuesday!

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