Monday, September 29, 2008

Chop Stix Baby

I've been a little obsessed with my new rice cooker...How I ever made rice without it?...I don't know. Anyway... We had a teriyaki meal the other night and Bridger wasn't satisfied eating with his hands. He tried to figure the chop sticks out, but I quickly realized the potential Poke-an-eye-out threat that they posed and reverted back to the eating with hands method.



9 comments:

Veronica said...

cute! alexia is better at using chopsticks than i am! totally shocking but then again she is her father's daughter and he grew up using chopsticks...we love our rice cooker too!

Dave & Jada said...

Girl, rice cookers rock! Kayla told me that you are not able to comment. You have not changed my address yet. go back and change it from web.mac to web.me.com/d.christensen. See if that works.

Friskies said...

Rachel!! How are you it's been like forever! I talked to Rusty on facebook and he spoke of your blog!! I am glad I found it! How are you and chad? Your Bridger is so cute!! I hope all is well! You guys look so Happy! All the girls need to get together for lunch sometime in the midst of our busy lifes!! Maybe next time your in town? :)

Jenny walker-Frisk

http://garyandjenfrisk.blogspot.com

barbara beck said...

I cant get over how dang cute Bridger is! Rice cookers are the greatest, I had one for years in the box and just pulled it out when we moved to Florida, now I cant do it any other way! I miss you, thanks for your Mama Mia message wish I could have been there. Oh and I keep forgetting to ask you for that Granola recipe you gave me a while back, do you still have it?

Friskies said...

Schwammmm! So whats your email address? It's so fun seeing everyones familys!! Jaxen is three and BTW they turn into monkey-daredevils (little boys...) So much fun!! Tieler is 15 months, Shes had a rough year, Tie has a Primary Immune Defeceincy Disorder, They havent been able to narrow it down quite yet to which one, next Tuesday we have more blood testing and some extensive gene testing... not so fun!! She is also severly allergic to Eggs, milk, wheat, and peanuts, she has Asthma, and Gerd (severe reflux disease) So we are at a different specialist weeekly and have three extended stays at primarys fighting off infections. She is in physical therapy 3x a month they come to our house to work with her walking and muscle development she is very small so she is behind most kids her age. But she is doing well were still learning how to keep her healthy. We have had some close calls and scares but we feel sooo blessed every day to have her! She is a happy even when she is sick she is our little Angel! Jax helps take care of her to he is a sweet brother!! What are you doing these days do you work? what does chad do? I noticed your knitting sight.. do you knit?I do! anyways sorry this msg is so long I miss ya I absolutly love seeing your cute family pics tell Chad hi! Keep in touch!! Jen

ps -you can totally delete this long message from your comments! :)

Heidi said...

Bridger has so much hair! And he looks so much like Chad. I read your post about running. Thanks for the inspiration, I really needed it!

Chot Z said...

Hey Rach! I found your blog! Stalker, i know. Hope your doing great! You guys seem way happy!
Happy October!

The Olsen's said...

Hey Rachel, this is your cousin Natalie! I am happy to hear that all is going well for you guys! Bridger is so cute and looks like he had a lot of fun eating the rice. I kind of want a rice cooker now!

dunlop family said...

look at all of his hair!!! terriaki rice sounds really good right now....