Yogurt Fruit Pops

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It’s been way to long, again.  I’ve got a feeling I’m going to be saying that a lot.

Here’s something I’ve been thinking about that may help people to understand why I’ve not been overly up on everything.  When you have a second kid, you’d think you would only have twice as much laundry, that it would only take twice as long to get ready to go somewhere, there would only be twice as many tears.  However, I’ve come to discover that a second child means about 5 times more laundry, it takes about 15 minutes to get ready, as opposed to 2 minutes, and the tears tend to be innumerable and unstoppable at times.

Growing boy

 

{Isn’t he growing?!  Such a cute little guy, my handsome man.}

There is good news though, it also mean innumerable laughs, and smiles.  I get to spend more time with my boys getting them ready before we go somewhere.

… and there’s really nothing good about 5 times as much laundry.  Well, except that [maybe] when it’s sunny out, I have an excuse to stand outside – to hang up laundry.  That’s about it.

Yummy pops!

 

{My sick, sweet little boy.  Cutest.  Kid.  Ever.}

My son likes yogurt.  Of the frozen kind.  And I don’t mean frozen yogurt, I mean yogurt that’s been frozen.  We usually freeze yogurt tubes, and he has them for a healthy snack.  But the other day, I was inspired by this sweet blog.  But I made it even easier.  Just get a popsicle mold (mine is from Walmart, $3), some sliced fruit, and some yogurt.  Whatever kinds you want of everything!  It’s completely customizable.

Yogurt Fruit Pops (our version)

Slices strawberries and mandarins

Peach yogurt and vanilla yogurt.

Pour and plop into molds.  Freeze and enjoy!  Super yummy, and awesomely delicious.

Sick boy

 

{Poor guy spent the beginning of the week sick.  So he extra enjoyed the pops.}

(Especially on a nice sunny, warm day, if anyone is enjoying those right now…  it’s been raining here for over a week…)

If it’s raining there like it is here, why don’t you make some hot sweet milk to enjoy instead?

 

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