OT but still cake related regarding son

Decorating By Joshsmom Updated 22 Aug 2005 , 3:54pm by mommymarilyn

Joshsmom Posted 20 Aug 2005 , 10:26pm
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Just had to share this cute story.

Last night I was baking like crazy in order to do a cake for my in-laws anniversay and my mom and step dad's b'day.

It's about 8:00 and my son who is 3-1/2 says to my "Mommy will you make me a buzz lightyear cake." (He just was looking at a picture of a buzz cake I made for him that had an edible image when he had turned 3) So I say, Honey mommy doesn't have a buzz to put on the cake. At that point my husband comes into the kitchen and he turns to him and says just crushed, "Daddy, mommy won't make me a buzz cake, and with that he goes into the other room, heartbroken, and just cries his little heart out.

It broke my heart I couldn't make it right then & there icon_cry.gif
With that, the tears begin to stop and he tells me, I want the cake blue too ok?. Already then.........blue cake it is...........

So today, as ordered, the vanilla cake is now blue (bleh!!!), its iced and Buzz is on the cake, Mission Accomplished icon_biggrin.gif

4 replies
charlieinMO Posted 20 Aug 2005 , 11:03pm
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Don't they know just the right way to break moms heart!!! I feel guilty about it sometimes because it seems like I am always making cakes for someone else. I usually try and use the extra to make cupcakes or something. Hang in there and that was very nice of you to make him a cake . icon_biggrin.gif

tcturtleshell Posted 20 Aug 2005 , 11:17pm
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Ohhh! That was cute!

When my teenagers come home from school they can usually smell the cakes from outside. They walk in the house saying, "Mom made another cake today & it's not for us". They only get the mishap cakes!! LOL!! I don't have too many practice ones anymore. icon_sad.gif

debsuewoo Posted 21 Aug 2005 , 12:52am
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My 6 year old asked me if hse could help me with a cake that I was just finishing up on, and when I told her that I was finished she looked at me and said "That's all you ever do anymore, cakes, cakes, cakes. You never have time for me!" How's that for a good helping of guilt? I had to promise her to let her help on a small cake of her own.

Debbi

mommymarilyn Posted 22 Aug 2005 , 3:54pm
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Ok, these posts are so cute, with the little ones wanting cake too! icon_biggrin.gif

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