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Monday, January 28, 2008

In case you think we're kidding about that whole salsa-infatuation thing

Ree couldn't get enough of this salsa tonightWe don't give them the make-your-nose-sweat hot stuff, but mild "resraunt" (restaurant) salsa is usually right up their alley. I think they'd eat it with a spoon if we'd let them... Ro double dips (two hands) in the salsa(No, the food wasn't really blue, it's just that Ro absconded with my purse camera during yesterday's FCC party and apparently changed my color settings in addition to taking a few snapshots. See those pics and a few others all on one page or in a slideshow:

24 comments:

  1. Being from NM, we appreciate your love of the hot stuff (or mild ;D)-

    Ladybug hugs,
    ;D

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  2. Well, if you slowly amp up the hotness rating, it should keep their sinuses nice and clear.

    Works with my husband, anyhow.

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  3. we sure wished we lived closer, I'm sure my girls would love to share a couple bowls of salsa with them. They also love the stuff... They are always dripping fingers into it.

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  4. The salsa of life. My kinda girls.

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  5. I have a quick question, and because I always get this question, i'm curious as to what you'll be doing.

    Will you have the girls in the same classrooms as they go through school?

    I hear so many pros and cons. I'd love to hear from you

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  6. What's scary is that Anna Sofia will and does eat the so hot it makes you sweat stuff. It's crazy. That kid will eat anything!

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  7. Do you ever watch them eating salsa and flashback to when you started this blog? Can you remember trying to imagine your future little ones eating salsa as you created the title? I think of stuff like that all the time. It's just so cool, and so unbelievable.

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  8. Andrea F1/28/2008

    We put salsa shirts(red w/printed patterns hides best) before going to our favorite spot. My 4 yo eats it until she can't scrape anymore out then she turns it up and drinks it. She also does this with spicy beer cheese so she always has her own bowl.

    Oh, we are past the poopy dance for the girls but, sadly I am now doing it for the puppy in plain sight of the neighbors!

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  9. Love, Love, LOVE the picture of the girls in front of the computer, it's so pretty with the light shining up on them! Love it!!!
    O.K. they had an FCC party at a Mexican restaraunt? LUCKY!

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  10. Anonymous1/28/2008

    So Sweet!

    Totally off topic. I saw these and thought of you--cute washable shoes with free shipping!

    http://www.endless.com/Play-Wash-Infant-Toddler-Vanessa/

    Not sure if that will work, but endless.com offers a line called Play and Wash that look awesome!

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  11. Angela, oops, didn't mean to give the wrong impression -- the Chinese New Year's party was in the city at a big club, we just got there late and missed all of the food so we took the girls out to dinner afterwards on the way home.

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  12. Tag you're it. Come to my blog.

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  13. You know what I love about your blog the most (other then looking at your 2 adorable girls) is that you have stuff on your counters:)
    I read other peoples blogs and think "where is the counter stuff" NORMAL people have stuff laying on their kitchen counters!
    Love the "salsa pictures"

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  14. They love salsa! Only fitting! Maylin eats it with a spoon at a restaurant. I figure that's fine. It is fruit and vegetables after all. Love the pic of you sleeping while they are hard at work.

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  15. Ok I do not, repeat do not want more children. Four is plenty. But your girls and their antics are so darn cute they make me second guess myself!

    My twins are boys...and 10 years old...and I love the close bond they share. Twins are something special.

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  16. I am suddenly hungry for salsa:) it's a hit here too, but only with the girls :).
    Great theme for your salsa twins. They are a dor a ble!

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  17. Anonymous1/29/2008

    I think your daughter was praying for more salsa :).

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  18. My 2.5 yr old loves salsa and is generally a huge hit with the wait staff at the local Mexican Cantina. She comes in and her order comes out with the drinks....Freaked my parents out when they took her out one night. Then the hostess tried to take her from the table. It was not a good night for Grandma.

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  19. Oh, they are SO your girls. Way too cute!

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  20. I buy the pico at Costco (not too hot) and both my 3 yr old and my 18 month old DO eat it with a spoon. It is their favorite thing. Chips take too long (so I am told).

    I thought that only my kids did this...

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  21. Gotta tell you, our Ruby better not only love salsa but also Indian food, shrimp and grits, and chili - all regulars in our househould (and I daresay, Ruby WILL be regular if she eats all that - hahaaha) or the poor kid may be eating a lot of cereal and PB&J otherwise.

    Great photos :)

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  22. Many of my kids love salsa too!

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  23. They love salsa, just like their daddy.

    wela

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  24. laurasinreno5/15/2010

    We love reading about the adventures of Ro and Ree - especially my DS 12 and DD 7 - our little Claire thinks both of your girls are picutes of herself! We can tell you are all loving life and we couldn't be happier for you. Thanks for giving us a glimpse at what its like having twins.

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