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November 20, 2008


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Smalltown Mom


And welcome back MVP!


Oh yeah, bake for your sweet son!


Definitely bake! And don't be too surprised if he spends a good amount of his time off visiting friends also home from college.

I'm looking forward to your weekend wrap-up post of funny things said around the house!

Mary Alice

They really really appreciate your food when they come home!


Good choice!


Fantastic picture. Enjoy baking and time with the kids. I'm sure there will be some great blog-worthy material afterwards!

Little Miss Sunshine State

When Sorority Girl comes home (she only goes to college 45 minutes away, but she lives there) she requests meat, potatoes, vegetables and CUPCAKES!


So glad he is coming home. I hope you have a wonderful visit together. bake bake bake. Feed that boy!!!!!
Enjoy your family. :)


Bake now and blog later about how fast all of your baking disappeared!


So. What're you baking? Enjoy the family time!

Green Girl

I think I'll like to bake when my boys move away and come home to visit.

Memarie Lane

looks like a promo shot for the latest teen show. :P


Welcome home MVP! I went to college 3000 miles from home, so I never came home for Thanksgiving...

Chesty Larue

Definately go for the baked goods.


Have a great time catching up with him! I remember how excited I was to come home for Thanksgiving my first year of college. Funny how much you appreciate your parents when you are away from them for a while!

Manic Mommy

HoCoFoMvp - 1
NaBloPoMo - 0

(home cooking for...)


are you going with him?


I'm coming over for dinner. Since you bake your own bread for Thanksgiving stuffing and spoiled me with yellow cake last week, I am assuming anything else out over your kitchen could possibly have Martha Stewart shakin' in her boots.

Jennifer H

Happy baking, and have a great time!

The Mom Bomb

Love his hair . . . and you can throw a pan of brownies my way if you like.

Dr. Cason

Baking taking precedence every time!

Deb D

Enjoy having your boy home!

stephanie (bad mom)

Love that photo, and the thought of my babies getting that big, moving away, and coming back to enjoy my presence & my cooking - you've made me weepy.

(I did tag you for mom-wisdom, when you're out of the kitchen for a few...)

enjoy :D

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

Awwww. What a good mom.


Understood!! YEAH for non-dorm foods and YEAH for MOMS!!


Awww.... have a wonderful visit! Darn, those cookies look GOOD!


If I was a college girl...*sigh*

You are such a good mom!

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