So many moms

I’m a mother! It’s my first Mother’s Day!*

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This is a representative sample of the group. 80’s my baby, but Sara belongs to Abby and Jasper.

We celebrated by having two moms and their son over for brunch. Seriously, the best way to celebrate Mother’s Day is with as many mothers as you can pack in per child. Polygamist lesbian moms, come on over.

We made the same awesome easy crepes Laurie made during the Hott Librarian Getaway 2011. I doubled the recipe, and it exactly fed four hungry adults, a two-year-old, and a one-year-old. My favorite topping combo was Nutella and bananas, and the other popular concoction was butter, lemon juice, and powdered sugar.

*Jason pointed out last year that I was a mother, as I had a nearly fully-incubated baby in my abdomen. It’s a different feeling, much easier to feel celebratory (possibly because I feel I can demand it). It was a year ago that I was physically huge, overly warm, and generally uncomfortable. This year was much more fun, although we could just decide to go see two movies on a Saturday afternoon anymore.

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3 Responses to “So many moms”

  1. E says:

    Yay! We made crepes this morning as well, using up the last of the Nutella that Laurie brought to the farm. Breakfast friends!

  2. Jill says:

    Happy (day after) Mother’s Day Sonya! Two movies on a Saturday afternoon is something I miss, I will admit.

  3. Serenity says:

    Happy belated Mother’s Day. In a few years you can drag 80 to the movies for the whole day! My daughter would probably rather spend it at the theatre. Gotta love a family that loves musicals!

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