Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Indigo and the S'more






First comes rolling over, then comes sitting up, crawling, walking, talking, counting, potty training..but do not I repeat do NOT forget to have your kid try S'mores. It is an American Past time and must be strictly enforced if you are not to be deported.









I got this S'mores kit for the kids intro, how cute is this! I bought it at a blogger bake sale from Meandering Eats. Quite a treat if you ask me, and I’m a sucker for packaging.


Let’s crank up the gas stove top shall we…









I have no excuses for my ugly stove, Magic Erasers can’t cure everything. So please just move your eyes down to the bomb photo below. I am not the biggest fan of Smores…but homemade makes it OH SO NICE.









Now Let’s check out how my munchkin did..help provided from pops. First you have to do a finger check, must make sure not to burn your lips off.









Take a bite..contemplate…savor…think about elmo..whatever floats your boat.









Look at daddy with loving eyes, and a S'more smeared face.









Resume eating…and dreaming of Elmo…seriously what is this kid thinking about?




58 comments:

Kristen said...

Thank you for sharing Indigo's first s'more with us. How precious!!!

Much to My Delight said...

I don't know what's yummier...that ooey-gooey smore or your curly-topped little girl taking a bite of it. Seriously, she is so darn cute!!

I recently saw a recipe for homemade marshmallows and graham crackers and have thought about trying it out. Did it make a big difference to have them homemade rather than packaged?

moowiesqrd said...

OMG... the photos, the munchkin... I'm dying. The graham crackers gave me some unexpected trouble, but wrangling with the recipe was well worth it after seeing this post. Gorgeous! Thanks for coming out to the sale! :)

Holly said...

Ooh she is too cute!!! : ) And you've got me craving some ooey gooey Smores now!

Faith said...

Too stinkin cute! I want to know what she is thinking too!! Maybe planning to be the next Dora the Explorer?!

Angie A said...

Ever so cute! She has beautiful eyes :)

Velva said...

Your little one is officially hooked on S'mores now. Those photos are just cute, cute ,cute!

Velva

Bake-A-Holic said...

Indigo with all her gorgeous curls looks adorable framed by the red wall. Love it!

Daisy said...

that picture of the smores is so bomb! ;)

Indigo is sure pondering something. shes so pretty, too!

Design Wine and Dine said...

She's like, "Where the HE#$ have these been all my life?!" She's suspicious of you two now...what else are you holding out on her?! heheh

BTW - YUM!!!

Megan said...

Aaaw, Indigo is adorable, I love her curls!

scrambledhenfruit said...

I love the pinkie in the air. :) Adorable photos!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That kit is awesome! Indigo looks so adorable.

Cheers,

Rosa

Holly said...

LOVE IT!!! That kit is stinkin' CUTE!:)

Tamara said...

This is so delicious and your girl is too cute! :)

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said...

How adorable! Indigo is absolutley gorgeous and the smore's don't look too shabby either! How great, have a lovely day
Mary

girlichef said...

She's so adorable. And omg, those s'mores...yes, please!

Fun and Fearless in Beantown said...

Your daughter is ADORABLE! I love these photos!

Jenn said...

The last picture is the best!! She is so adorable Jen! And I don't know much about kids, but she's probably thinking "I wonder how I can sucker mom into buying more of these for me??" :)

The Cilantropist said...

Ah, Marie's smores kits did look completely adorable (wish I could have been there to buy one!) but your daughter even more so. ;) Love the chocolate and marshmallow smeared on her face, a sign she is truly enjoying it!

Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking said...

Mmmm... I know I would have enjoyed that s'more just as much as she did! What a fun and creative idea for a gift, too. Thanks for sharing, Jen! Your daughter is a doll.

Jane said...

I think Indigo is envisioning the neo-classic version of s'mores that she'll create when she is a little older and runs her own make-believe pastry shop. Clearly, she's a visionary when it comes to the enjoyment of tasty baked goods.

Madison Mayberry said...

So cute! And your little one is pretty darn adorable, too!

Siggy Spice said...

Ok, that yummy blue-eyed girl is so freakin' adorable! She has me in a trance-o-cuteness!

Allison said...

So adorable! I often get that look on my face while eating s'mores too :)

Val said...

Her curls make me happy and that little precious face eating something so yummy is....priceless.

Yummy Mummy said...

DARLING photos of Indy! And now I want a s'more. I always thought a campfire was required and hadn't thought about the burner!

Lizzy said...

Oh, that Indigo is a living doll! You are so lucky you've documented this big event in her life. And I must say that was a great bake sale item you purchased...I will file it away for possible future use~

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

Beautiful family pictures you have! Now I know why you make such delicious food. You all deserve nothing but the best! God bless you and Indigo and dad! Cheers!!!

Sara said...

Ooooooooh, this looks so good! Gorgeous photos! :)

teresa said...

definitely a rite of passage, and she did it so adorably. this makes me want to go camping!

Pam said...

Could she be any cuter?

Diethood.com said...

I had my first s'more just about a year ago... I was deprived for 32 years. :( So glad I gave s'mores a try!!

Your little one is gorgeous!!

Fashion Meets Food said...

this looks absolutely amazing! How cute! Your daughter is such a cutie.

xo

shaz said...

Oh that is absolutely the cutest post ever!! I love the idea of home made everything, going to have to try this out since we can't get graham crackers over here.

Danelle said...

I'm in awe over those marshmallows!

aipi said...

I am in love with the expression in Indigo's eyes in the last photo ~ I just want to give her a tight hug and lots of kisses :) God bless!
US Masala

A SPICY PERSPECTIVE said...

The s'more kt is such a cool idea. And Indigo...SQUEEZE!

roel said...

Cute pics, looks delicious!

Treat and Trick said...

Indigo looks so cute and adorable! Yummy s'more...

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Sue said...

I love it! That first photo of Indigo and her dad is precious:)

Leesha said...

We have smores almost EVERY camping trip! Wouldnt be the same without em.

Sooo homemade grahmn crackers? I will be googling for that recipe STAT!

LV said...

This is too cute for words. Love the smores kit and that photo of Indigo with the smores...PRICELESSS! I love it!

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Julie said...

That looks like the kind of smore I'd crawl across the burning desert for...yum!

Sarah-Jane - SiliconeMoulds.com said...

ooooh - I like this idea. I've never had a SMORES

Monet said...

What a great way to end my night. I only wish I had one of those yummy smores in front of me! Thank you for sharing, sweet friend. I'm sorry I've been absent. I'm glad I'm back :-)

Pacheco Patty said...

The s'more kit is a great idea. You've captured some beautiful shots of your munchkin and I do wonder what she's thinking???

Xinmei @ Pudding Pie Lane said...

Indigo is SO cute! She must be thinking about how to make those smores when she's old enough to cook :)

Martha (MM) said...

A big OMG! What a super delicious and beautifully packaged super yummy treat. Add a handsome man and the most adorable little Indigo and what's not to fall in love with about this post! AWESOME! :-)

Mary said...

Your little girl is getting so big, and she's absolutely adorable! What a great photo essay of her first smore, and just what is she thinking about???

Diana said...

that looks so good.. I'm craving some now! And the fact that the marshmallows are homemade are even better!! I haven't had my little guy try this yet but now I have to!!

Danielle said...
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Danielle said...

THIS POST MADE ME SMILE!!!
DANIELLE@ COOKIESXO.BLOGSPOT.COM

baking.serendipity said...

I am a sucker for packaging and homemade treats too...this s'more kit was such a find! And Indigo is adorable enjoying her s'more :)

Cristina {Teenie Cakes} said...

Such cute pictures!

What a fantastic idea and adorably packaged smores-kit. I love it!! Such a cute gift idea...wish I had one right now. =)

Maranda said...

OH man! I love s'mores! But what I love most about this post is how she ate her ooey gooey s'more with her pinky finger up the whole time. What grace and elegance your girl has!

Allison said...

So cute! I love that she has her pinky up when she's eating the smores!

Megan said...

these look so good! and Indigo is absolutely adorable!