Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Home Alone Movie Night

Hey everybody, did you have a nice holiday weekend?! I hope yours was great, my family had a fun time too. It was great to be together with our parents, eat lots of yummy food, relax and play with all our new stuff! We ended this Christmas season of movies with one of the biggest and best ones, Home Alone!! This was so much fun to do and all the food was great!!
 Hopefully you have grown up watching this movie like I have, both my Mom and Brother love it too, I wish Uncle G could have joined us!! Remember that scene were the family is eating the night before their plane leaves for Paris? They are eating pizza and drinking Pepsi. I am a Coke girl, but got Pepsi for the movie, "Go Easy on the Pepsi kid". No one wants to sleep with a bed wetter :-)
 Although I think this is more of a young adult movie, Taylor did actually watch it and laugh at the buglers, Marv and Harry, especially when they were climbing out of the house into the tree house, she thought it was so funny!! I put her in Hubby's hat, here is Taylor the Wet Bandit :-)
Through out the movie, all Kevin wants is some cheese pizza, when his family finally leaves and gets one all to himself!
 One of the funniest moments in the movie and when Kevin is going thru his brothers treasure chest and see's a pic of his girlfriend, he goes "Buzz, your girlfriend, WOOF!" So I picked up some Scooby Doo graham crackers, Nicole loves them!
 Right before The Wet Bandits hit, Kevin sat down at the dining room table to enjoy a nice plate of microwavable mac and cheese, Nicole was all over that!
And of course when he sat down to watch his favorite dirty movie and ate nothing but rubbish AKA a huge ice cream sundae!! Plus he got some Tic Tac's from Santa :-)
Trying to get the Wet Bandit hat on Coco, it didn't last long!
Daddy and Taylor having so much fun!
Over the Christmas Holiday, we ate and cooked lots of  yummy food, I wanted to share some recipes with you in case you want to try them. All this is super easy, cheap and can be done holding a baby in one arm :-) This dip came from Jennifer at Dimples and Tangles, she has a fabulous website and Instagram feed, she is one to follow!

Here's all you'll need:

1 pound breakfast sausage, cooked, crumbled, and drained
3 8 oz. packages cream cheese
1 can Rotel tomatoes and green chilies

Put all the ingredients in a crock pot, I put mine on low and eventually on warm so we could munch on it all day, its just like the famous Velveeta and Rotel, except this is with cream cheese. Hope you enjoy!!


1 comment:

  1. Love our holiday time spent with you all... it is so special, simply being together!!~