These photos are totally irrelevant to the post, but they captured a memorable milestone in our little family: Noah's first skate! We have this wild swampland out behind our place that froze over perfectly smooth and is the ideal playground for little boys. They've been very inspired by the Olympics and we've reenacted many of the events in our own winter wonderland.
My super-talented sister, Haidi, made this hat; isn't it just precious?
Alright, I'm really just dropping in to share a few mentions of Under the High Chair that happened earlier this week.
The Montreal Gazette, our major English newspaper, ran an article Monday on the Blog Aid cookbook. They applauded the efforts of all 27 food bloggers involved and quoted me at the end.
You can find the article HERE.
Jessica from I Spy Montreal, read the article and requested an interview, which ran yesterday on her website. She asked about my strategies for getting the boys to eat (pray?), family friendly recipes, and UtHC.
You can read the full interview HERE.
It was fun to chat with her and I definitely recommend her informative website for any Montrealer with kids.
Cooking? Food? Right. I realize we're way off topic here.
Well, we talked 'Muffins' on Simple Bites this week, in case you missed it. I shared tips on how to make them, favorite flavor combinations and divulged my all-time best recipe.
You should probably head over and print it out for the morning.
It's hard to believe two years have passed since this announcement, but yes, the little guy crossing the pond above is turning two on the weekend. My baby!
Even though I've got a simple menu planned, there is still plenty to do before I can receive the 40 or so guests expected, so I'll leave it at that.
Go Canada! #olympics