I Love Thursday #129 – Many Blessings

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    I’m with Dominic on how to watch an airplane. It’s much easier than falling over backwards and landing on your head! The bread looks delicious, and as far as I’m concerned, shredded cheese IS grated cheese. =)

  2. Angie says:

    Roseanne – you’re not the only one that has been inspired to bake during this time – when my husband goes to the store, he cannot find bread flour! Lovely post!

  3. Kate says:

    The cheesy bundt cake looks yummy. Sidewalk chalk has been pretty popular here too, we see a lot of evidence on the sidewalks when we go out for our daily walks.

  4. Sandra says:

    Everyone is wanting to bake it seems, including me. I dunno! I do have a Bundt pan, might have to look up a recipe for this. Now I’m hungry, and I realize wait, I forgot to eat lunch… Cute pics of the littles as always. 🙂

  5. Mary says:

    Cheese bread looks wonderful! Those kiddos are just too cute.

  6. Sally says:

    That cheesy bread looks delicious!

  7. Dominic is growing SOOOO fast! And so is Addison!! It won’t be long before Colt catches up!

    Just a question … if the bread is best fresh out of the oven – what do you do with the rest of it? Or did you eat it all at one sitting? 🙂 (that’s a cheeky grin!)

    gail

  8. Connie says:

    You had to mention bread…thank goodness you had all the pictures of the little ones after to distract me…tell Dominic the neighbor did not think it was kosher for me to lie on my back on the sidewalk…he was right though, it is the best way! The neighbor will just have to get used to me…

  9. Cheezy bundt bread should be your go-to treat to bring to your next quilter’s retreat – after COVID stuff subsides of course.
    And what fun to receive a fabric treat in the snail mail during these trying times!

  10. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    So I’m not the only one wanting to bake and bake. Is that a survival thing kicking in I wonder. What a beautiful baby boy…just like the cousins. Painting with water is magical.

  11. Oh! Cheesy bread is the perfect comfort food for these crazy days! Unfortunately marinara is out of the question for me; DH is allergic to onions and garlic. Marina sauce is just not right without them! So enjoy seeing your littles! I’m glad you get to see them and share with all of us! 😄Carol

  12. That bread looks so wonderful! I’ve ordered some flour and I’m going to go crazy baking when it finally gets here. Thanks for sharing sweet photos! They make us all happy and thankful! Hugs!

  13. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Once upon a time, I made a cheese bread in my bread maker. I do not remember any more than that and I no longer have the bread maker. I have gone back to doing the bread making the old fashioned way. Which all this talk of breads just makes us all hungry it seems! LOL. It is wonderful knowing that you and Sue are getting to spend time with the newest adorable addition to the family and also that you are also still getting time with the other two cute and growing kiddos. It is fun to see the new and old items that they are exploring and learning. Great job on winning the Fat Quarter! I wish you the best and a continued fun time while we go through this all together! Have a fabulous day!

  14. That bread looks and sounds delicious, Roseanne! Sidewalk chalk is so much fun! We’ve been seeing chalk art in lots of places around our neighborhood when we go for a walk each day. It always makes me smile! How’s work going? Hope all the kids and families are hanging in there!

  15. lapaylor says:

    yum to cheese and bread in every form! Lucky girl to win fabric, but as they say, ya gotta play to win! The teensy baby is so sweet, a little baby bird.

  16. karenfae says:

    the bread looks wonderful – good idea on the bundt pan for something different

  17. Mickie says:

    You made me so hungry with your cheesy bread photos that I had to make a grilled cheese sandwich for breakfast!!! 😀 The kids are getting so big! Where does the time go? Are you all doing okay? Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers!

  18. Colette says:

    I was wondering how many people are trying new recipes. I made a beer bread with cheese and garlic that is awesome. Colt is so sweet. I agree with Dominick, laying on the ground and looking up is an awesome way to watch planes, clouds, birds. Addison is as adorable as always. Great likes.

  19. Great seeing more pic’s of the little’s having fun. Yummy looking bread! We tried Irish Soda bread for the first time on St. Patrick’s day while at my brothers. My SIL put dates in it, we liked it:)

  20. Now I am hungry!!! that cheesy bread looks so awesome. Anyway, I love Thursdays because I get to share in your loves!

  21. That bread looks tasty! I think Dominic might have a strong creative side with all his chalk painting and water painting. Addison clearly has a taste for it as well – haha! Fun post!

  22. Pete would love that bread— I may have to be a nice wifey and make some 🙂 As always the kiddos look great and well loved ♥♥

  23. Laura says:

    Ya got me at the bread! It looks mighty tasty!

    Congrats on winning that special fat quarter! 🙂

  24. Yum! That cheesy Bundt bread looks awesome. I was a little hungry before I read your post. Now I’m ravenous!!! Have a great day, Mary.

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