Domestic Goddess in Training

The cake turned out yummy, but it could have used another half inch or so of that coconut pecan frosting. Let’s just say the cake was very…wholesome. The first step was to bring the applesauce to a boil and then stir in the rolled oats and let it sit (and expand…and thicken) for 20 minutes. It probably would have made a nice face mask at that point.

Anyway, I realized I never posted a picture of the Star Wars onesies my husband and I made. My friend and her husband and sons loved them.

Posted in Uncategorized on 08/26/2008 01:55 am


  1. OH those are adorable. Now I want a baby just so I can surprise my husband with those. He would probably like them for himself if I could figure out better saying for them.

  2. Those are so cute!

  3. How did you make those? Crafting isn’t my thing but now I wish it was. Wow those are awesome.

  4. i want one!!!

  5. Alyssa Goodnight

    It’s very easy. We found graphics and a Star Wars font, put them together in PhotoShop, flipped the images, printed them onto iron-on paper, and ironed them on.

    I could definitely see you girls with a ‘The Force is Strong with this One’ shirt. Or, of course, the Gilmore Girls saying of your choice.

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