4 Responses to “Ice cream in a bag”

  1. Shannon June 12, 2006 at 11:56 AM #

    Dear Brianna,

    I was next to my mommy and saw my name in big letters before she could X-out of your mommy’s blog and so I got to see your ice cream recipe. My mommy said your mommy was “pretty slick”. I don’t know what that means. Mommy added the ingredients to her shopping list. and she didn’t even say any bad words.

    I hope your mommy finds a way to make it so you can have some. Thank you for the recipe, and I can’t wait until you’re 18 so I can take you on a date in my Mustang.

    Ciao baby,


  2. Heather Rae June 12, 2006 at 3:33 PM #

    I think that is the sweetest exchange I’ve ever seen and thank you, because I’ll be making this for one sad little Jaden. He misses his brother and sister, doncha know?

  3. Shannon June 13, 2006 at 11:56 AM #

    It just occured to me that I can take all of these ingredients camping. Since the ice isn’t eaten, we can rob it from the cooler, and we have a tiny fridge in the pop-up where we keep milk.

    I have to, ever-so-reluctantly, admit that could be really fun.


  4. Cheyenne McCray June 14, 2006 at 12:59 PM #

    What a doll my little girl is growing up to be. 😀



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