Cinnamon Roll Pizza

You know that yummy dessert pizza they serve up at certain pizza places? You can have that at home! (For breakfast, even. I won’t tell. Promise.) I’ve been making the cinnamon roll version on occasion ever since my daughter announced at 8am one morning that she wanted cinnamon rolls for breakfast, and there were no cinnamon rolls in sight.

I do love a delicious homemade cinnamon roll, but they take time! Cinnamon Roll Pizza isn’t the same, of course, but it’s yummy. And fast. And that makes for a fun breakfast treat or dessert. Enjoy!

Cinnamon Roll Pizza

When you indulge for breakfast, what is your special treat?

 

 

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Day in the Life {August 15}

Hi Friends! These Day in the Life posts are all of a sudden multi-purpose as we now get to count Baby #6′s age with the months. She was one month old already on August 15!

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I went to bed at about 12:30 that night, so maybe my day started before it ended? Ah, well. Baby girl was pretty good to me, waking to eat at 4:30. The only problem was that my alarm was set for 5:00. Ick.

After feeding her and laying her back down (lucky baby!) I got up and dressed, ate a bowl of cereal, and got busy on my virtual assistant work at 5:00. ***People, do not be amazed! Trust me. We had an unusually busy day ahead, so I had to get started early. Otherwise, NO alarm. I would have been sleeping as long as possible. Superwoman, I AM NOT.***

6:30 ~ Finished my VA work,  answered a few essential oil emails, and prepared a couple of reference books to be mailed.

7:00 ~ Ran downstairs to wake Miss 11 and her friend who was sleeping over. Laughed because all I could see in the bed were 2 blonde ponytails. I didn’t know who was who! Ran back upstairs to wake Miss 7 and Miss 2. Made sure everyone was dressed. Told them to make some peanut butter toast and grab some fruit. Pulled the sleeping baby out of bed (HATE having to do that!) and we all loaded up in the car for Back to School hair appointments!

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8:00 – 10:00 ~ Hair cuts all around!

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ditl2Cute bob, coming right up!

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Her first haircut. I think she likes it!

Raise your hand if getting your hair shampooed is your favorite part of getting a haircut. ME!!! Feels SO good.

We stopped by my aunt’s on the way home (the hair salon is in a town even smaller than my Tiny Town, about a 20 minute country road drive away) to pay her for some things she grabbed at the store for me, but she wasn’t there.

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10:30 ~ Home again, and I sent the girls to the post office to mail some things for me. They came back with our mail, including this fun book from my blogging friend Jessica. Excited to try some new recipes from Good Cheap Eats!

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As soon as we got home I grabbed a pan of chicken spaghetti from the freezer and got it in the oven for dinner, started some eggs boiling for deviled eggs, and got the big girls busy making cupcakes. Somehow everyone got fed and the littles went down for naps. I worked on cleaning the kitchen when I wasn’t snuggling or nursing a baby.

1:00-4:00

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Apparently Miss 2 was not “looking at pictures” and was rather “taking pictures.” It’s a little fuzzy, but she pretty much captured my afternoon. :)

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5:00 ~ I made the deviled eggs while Mr. 3 cleaned grapes. (Yep, he ate as many as he cleaned.) We packaged everything up along with the baseball cupcakes that the girls made earlier and headed to the park for Mr. 9′s baseball team potluck picnic and pool party.  Such a fun group of people!

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It was hot and muggy while we were eating, but a breeze finally came through later. I was a bit jealous of everyone enjoying the pool. I only went swimming two (TWO!!!) times this summer! Pathetic.

9:15 ~ We got home and got everyone ready for bed. I nursed the baby and *think* I made it to bed myself before midnight. (And then I slept in until 9:00 the next morning. ;) )

 

 

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Party for Two

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Party food. Dips with veggies, fruit, or chips. Hand-held roll-ups. Savory and spicy … [Keep reading…]

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Girls’ Day Out

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I'm having so much fun plotting and planning Large Family Life posts based on your questions and suggestions. I'm also giggling a little because um, you're going to be quite disappointed in some of my answers, I'm afraid. Question: "How do you eat … [Keep reading…]

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Large Family Life

I've been asked over the last few years to write some posts on managing a large family. I just never felt qualified. Four kids? Large? Nah. Five? Well, maybe... Ok. Six. SIX feels large. LOUD, at least. For sure. So, how do we do it? (Why do … [Keep reading…]

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A Little More

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So... since this post is about a week late, I suppose I could use a little more time in my day, huh? Or maybe it's not time I need. Maybe I need a little more gumption to do anything but snuggle a baby who is changing and growing each and every … [Keep reading…]

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What Makes You Great?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Post Great Grains Cereal for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. As of 4:00 this afternoon I am the (temporarily) single parent to only one sweet baby girl who mostly sleeps, eats, and … [Keep reading…]

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The Past Two (Almost Three!) Weeks

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I can't keep up. <----- Story of my life. A life well-lived, right? ;) Those of you who follow on Instagram and/or Facebook are going to see some repeats here. Forgive me? Here's what's been happening the past almost 3 weeks. Baby fan club. … [Keep reading…]

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Frozen. How Fresh Stays Fresh

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