Sunday, April 20, 2008

And the chocolatey goodness goes to....

alejna from collecting tokens!!

I was waiting for the twins to draw a name, but now the Little Mister is cutting a tooth so we're kind of I just used And Alejna topped the list!

I had fun shopping for chocolate. :) Alejna, Please send me your address - dragonflywings27 (at) yahoo (dot) com - and let me know if there's a certain kind of chocolate you really like (milk, dark, hazelnut, whatever) so I can add that to the mix!

Hopefully soon I'll make a real post, with words and everything. It will probably be after the toothy fun we have going on now, though. Or late at night when I'm drinking a glass of wine after a day of toothy fun. Perhaps I'll eat some chocolate, too. (what, you thought I bought some for others without buying any for myself??!?)


  1. Teething was never fun...I recommend wine (for you) and frozen waffles (for the boy). Or switch, if you think the wine might help him. :-)
    Kidding. I swear.

  2. Congrats to alejna! Lucky!

    Teething, ya!

  3. Yum, yum! Love that Ritter Sport...!

  4. I have to say, this was a fine way to start my day. (Didn't have time to comment then, though.) Mmmm, chocolate...

  5. oh teething. now that is an effort of love! hang in there, im proof you will survive!

    oh by the way, I added you to my blogroll if thats a ok with you.

  6. did i miss a contest?? about chocolate?? AHHHHHHH!

  7. Congrats to Alejna!

    Best of luck with the teething. Frozen washcloth to num on worked for my Boy.

  8. Mmmmmm, chocolate from Germany - oh, the memories...
    Pure torture, as I have just embarked on a two week sugar moratorium.
    Also, I have to comment on that photo of the cat - I actually laughed out loud. I really did.

  9. Stupid never picks me! *pout*
    Hope Lil Mister's mouth feels better soon!!!!

  10. Congrats to lucky, lucky alejna!! I love Ritter's chocolate. Yum!

    Hope the teething business is making progress. Poor wee one.


  11. MMMMMM. Milka Chocolate.

    When I lived in Germany I used to eat cake and drink coffee in the afternoons. Do you do that too? When I moved back to the US, I used to stop every afternoon and say to myself, "I could really go for some cake and coffee..."

    That was a really nice habit that I picked up over there.

    I hope you're well.

    love, Kim (and pearl)