Tonight the boy’s school had a sock hop where they got to dress up like the 50’s it was all in support of their book fair. While we were in line to check out at the book fair Josiah looks up at the cashier and says “I know you are just doing this to make more money.” As if that was a bad thing.
Here are some pictures. I totally forgot my camera so these were taken with my phone. And there are a lot of Josiah sitting by this wall because it was so cute, he really looked like a rebel, because when we first got there he got really shy and didn't want to go dance or do anything and then he saw like 5 of his friends wearing basically the same thing and then he jumped up and ran off to play with them.
My sad little rebel
Don't you think he could totally fit into the 50s (well I don't know personally but I think so)
he is NOT doing the princess pose, this is more like would you please get out of my face with that already
And here is Judah "dancing". Yes with his hands in his pockets, poor guy it looked like a mix between tap dancing and Irish lord of the dance dancing. Funny but not so much for him, we will have to work on this one.
We had creamy curry chicken wraps for dinner they were delicious and I’m pretty sure everyone liked them, we were in a rush and now a days it is kind of hard to say what the babies ate and what they have fed to Leia. Here is the recipe, don’t be scared of the curry.
Creamy curry chicken wraps
½ cup low fat may
1 teaspoon curry
2 pkgs already cooked chicken strips ( I got the grilled Tyson ones that are cubed) ( you could just cook the chicken yourself also)
1 can drained pineapple tid-bits
2 oz sliced almonds
2 stalks celery, chopped fine
Lettuce leaves for wraps (we put the kids’ in whole grain low carb tortillas)
Mix mayo with curry; blend well combine with remaining ingredients. Load lettuce leaves (or tortillas) with the chicken salad and serve.