Cooking Cookies with the Kiddo

Cooking Cookies_11 Cooking Cookies_4 Cooking Cookies_1 Cooking Cookies_3 Cooking Cookies_5 Cooking Cookies_6 Cooking Cookies_7 Cooking Cookies_10 Cooking Cookies_8 Cooking Cookies_14 Cooking Cookies_13 Cooking Cookies_12 Cooking Cookies_9 Earrings: vintage | Sweater: J. Crew, old color, similar | Necklace: came in a Stitch Fix box | Jeans: Mother, old, love this and this | Nail polish: Essie Forever Yummy (#488) Cooking cookies with a toddler is a special kind of adventure full of fun, excitement, and a few messes. My little man's favorite part of cooking cookies? Whirling the ingredients. In case you aren't sure what this means, whirling = stirring in his dialect. Somehow we managed to whirl and bake the cookies, clean the kitchen, and eat a couple of the yummy treats without spilling on our clothes - though the risk was totally worth it! This particular recipe is a family favorite - banana, oatmeal, chocolate chip - and have never let me down. I added extra banana this time so the cooking time was a bit longer than usual. All in all, they were the perfect treat for a long weekend.

Classic Cars in the Gundo

Classic Cars_4 Classic Cars_2 Classic Cars_1 Classic Cars_6 Classic Cars_7 Classic Cars_3   Classic Cars_11 Classic Cars_10 Classic Cars_8 Classic Cars_9 Classic Cars_12 Classic Cars_13 Dress: Madewell | Boots: Joie | Sunnies: Michael Kors, old, similar | Watch: Michael Kors A few weekends ago, the family and I decided to pop downtown for a quick lunch and were rewarded with a fantastic line up of fantastic classic cars. Somehow we missed the advertising for this fun event that shut down most of  Main St. in the Gundo. Parking was a bit of a drag, but it was well worth it to get to see all the awesome classic cars and enjoy the music and fun with my kiddos and hubby. If you find yourself in the South Bay, take a quick detour off PCH and swing through the Gundo. Even if there isn't a fun carnival or street festivity, there are plenty of restaurants, shops, parks, and even a brewery to delight you for a couple of hours.