We are baking cranberry orange bread today and I'm helping!
Hari OmOhhhhh the smell of Christmas baking... mmmmmm hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
I have always wanted an empty chair for the "special" guests, like you have! Never done it. Is it too late to start that tradition?Yummy treats for you. Your mom is wise to keep you healthy!!!
That cranberry bread and muffins looks delish! It was nice of your mom to share with you. We made the picture big to see what the sign was at your empty chair. What a lovely thing to do to have our past loved ones with us on Christmas. We also noticed that cut fawn you have under the table.
You really are a terrific helper sweet Molly, even without the taste testing!
Did you save me a piece, Miss Molly? Yummy.Have a woof woof day and week. My best to your mom. ♥
Molly, sometimes our pawrents have our best interests at heart, even if it's not always obvious to us pups. Or so Gail says. Toodle pip!Bertie.
Oh how Mom would like one of those beautiful big muffins. Yum!! She says she's baking apple cake tomorrow and maybe some cookies, too. I can't wait to help her.
My favorite bread, I'm coming over!
I appreciate your mom keeping you healthy but it would be nice to get to eat whatever is made in the house.
Mmmmmmmmmm...we bet that smelled heavenly!xoxo,Sunny, Rosy and Jakey
That looks tasty. I wonder who the special guest will be?
They look yummy so glad you got a taste Molly. Treacle got to taste a cookie we made at the weekend. Have fun with that Christmas baking, it always makes our homes smell so good. Hugs & Love,Susie & Treacle xxx
Lulu: "At least you got to lick the spatula and the plate, that's better than nothing!"Chaplin: "Dennis told us one time Tucker got to lick the spatula after Dada baked something and Tucker pulled the end of the spatula right off and tried to eat it."Charlee: "You seem to have a lot better manners than that, which is good!"