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Play doh and pizza

It's been a while since my last post....sorry! We have been keeping ourselves very busy since the rush and excitement of the holidays. One of Callie's favorite things is to help cook and we have been getting very creative on ways to do that. She spent a night with grandma and grandpa awhile back and ever since that night away we have had to give up our step stool to her.
We recently travelled to jesslyns house. She was in absolute heaven - dogs, llamas, alpacas, chickens, and play doh. How much better can it get than that?! I didn't get any pictures of her petting the llamas or alpacas but it is a bit frightening to me how fearless she is around animals. She did not hesitate one bit to go pet the alpacas - I was more timid than her!
Here's some shots of her making the play doh:
                                             
Mixing....mixing....mixing - one of her favorite things to do

When cooking with Callie, you have to give everything up to her. She will not let you do anything without her helping or doing it.
I can't tell - are you having fun?

We then introduced Preston to homemade pizza. Callie had an absolute blast. Surprisingly she didn't try to eat any of the toppings until we got to the black olives, then we couldn't stop her.
Rolling out the dough

Adding the pepperoni - there was a large pile of pepperoni in one spot on her pizza

Hmm....these are good mom, how come I've never had them before?

Last but not least, the cheese. Her favorite!

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