Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Kellogg's, Week Twelve: Morning Rituals, and a $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

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This is the LAST of twelve weekly posts sponsored by BlogHer and Kellogg's.

This week's topic is Morning Rituals: Do you have any annual breakfast traditions? A special Christmas breakfast, maybe, or special birthday breakfasts, or a special Easter breakfast?

When I was a child, my family had a birthday breakfast ritual: the Birthday Girl or Birthday Boy was served breakfast in bed, which meant that she or he had to pretend to be asleep while the rest of the family clanged and clattered around and shushed each other. Then the family came in singing the happy birthday song and carrying the breakfast-in-bed tray (a white-painted wooden thing with two magazine-rack-type things on the sides and a center tray that could be propped at a variety of angles---this was also the sick-in-bed tray). The breakfast was always, ALWAYS, sweet rolls from a can, the kind with orange frosting, with lit candles stuck into them, and I'm sure that was perfectly safe to have around piles and piles of loose, fluffy bedding. Plus orange juice, and coffee for the mama.

I'm picking up a tube of those sweet rolls this weekend, don't think I'm not.

We also have a Christmas-related breakfast ritual, which is that the morning after Christmas we have leftover worstebroodjes (sausages in bread, dipped in, er, ketchup and eaten for Christmas dinner) for breakfast. I don't know if our Dutch ancestors used ketchup, but if not they SHOULD have because it is DELISH. Paul is theoretically half-Dutch as well, but uses MUSTARD, and has taught our CHILDREN to use mustard, and I think you'll agree with me when I say that makes him less Dutch.


Thank you for sticking around for twelve posts about breakfast, and I do hope you'll associate Kellogg's with BREAKFAST and CEREAL despite all my talk about sweet rolls and muffin scoops and autumn soups and kittens. And if not, I do hope you'll fake it so that Kellogg's doesn't regret hiring me.



To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post by Monday, November 1, 2010 about an annual breakfast ritual, or else swearing to associate Kellogg's with cereal instead of with kittens. Entrants must be U.S. residents at least 18 years old.

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127 comments:

Jess said...

I do not believe that this is the last post already because I HAVEN'T WON YET. Booooo.

Anyway! The only such "tradition" I can think of is that my family always eats stocking candy for breakfast on Christmas morning, and then usually nothing else until it's time for eggnog and then the big fancy Christmas dinner. I'm thinking this birthday breakfast tradition is a good idea, though. Maybe we'll start something similar with Piglet!

missris said...

We always have breakfast for dinner on Christmas Eve. My parents haul out the gigantic, heavy waffle maker that they got for their wedding 40 years ago (and have used exactly 40 times--once every year at Christmas) and my mom makes waffles. My dad makes crepes, because he's French, and then we all collapse in a sugar coma and wait for Santa. It's pretty awesome.

St said...

I have great intentions every Christmas to have monkey bread after opening presents. So far this has been eating around the raw parts while we drive up to my parents'. One of these years I'll get it right.

Saly said...

I’m kinda sad that these posts are coming to an end.

Hub and I host a Christmas brunch every year, a tradition started on Bud’s first Christmas where we decided that we were not traveling to 45 different houses so everyone who wanted to see him could. We used to split it--his side early and my side later, so that his mom could have alone time with the kids before my crazy parents showed up, but Hub’s side of the family now consists of FIL who lives with us, and BIL and Niece, so we just lump everyone all together and have a big shindig around 10/11am. We serve pastries and cinnamon rolls with coffee while the kids are opening gifts, and then Hub cooks egg scrambles (with ham, peppers, onions, cheese, tomato—whatever anyone wants), and breakfast potatoes, bacon, sausage and toast while the rest of us play with the kids’ new toys. It’s a really good time.

Barb @ getupandplay said...

We have a large Christmas breakfast/brunch on Christmas Day with one family and sometimes breakfast for dinner on Christmas Eve with another family. So by the end of Christmas, I'm usually sick of breakfast food. I'm excited for the day when my own family does its own thing on Christmas instead of shuffling between the grandparents' houses all day. :)

wisdomandpeace said...

My mom makes breakfast "casserole" on Christmas Eve every year and then she puts it in the oven on Christmas morning while we're opening gifts, so it'll be ready when we're finished opening. It's has egg, cheese, sausage, white bread and no doubt some other artery-clogging but delicious ingredients I can't recall right now. I make it every year for my family and I believe my sister also continues the tradition. We also always have tacos for Christmas Eve dinner--NO idea why, except that it's an easy meal for a mom who has a casserole to make, a big dinner + associated desserts to make the following day and no doubt a pile of toys to assemble and/or wrap.

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Shari said...

I WISH we had some kind of breakfast tradition, because it's really my favorite meal to make "special". When I was a kid we would go to my grandparents for brunch with bagels, lox, and whitefish. I have no desire to have head-on fish in my house but I like the bagel brunch idea.

Mami2jcn said...

We make cinnamon buns on Christmas morning.

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Misty said...

Someone's cooking breakfast? THAT's an occasion!

Ok, NM. We usually don't do big fancy breakfasts on holidays because, hello, other stuff to cook madness. Plus, other stuff to eat!

Oh wait. On Mother's/Father's Day, we do breakfast in bed for the fortunate parent.

Amy said...

I like having some hard boiled eggs on hand for breakfast on Easter. For Christmas we go to my in-laws for present opening and they always have a Christmas Kringle for us. It's a wreath shaped sweet pastry. Not sure where they get it, but it is awesome.

Mama Bub said...

My annual breakfast ritual is making breakfast on mother's day. Yes, I make it myself because I like the way that I make french toast better than anyone else. I buy the good bread and this is also the only week of the year that I buy bacon. I don't mess around on Mother's day.

Beth said...

my husband often makes pancakes, and if it is a special occasion he makes them special, perhaps in a mickey mouse shape, or with chocolate chips.

Beth

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Julie said...

While my everyday breakfast ritual does involve a cowl of cereal, on Christmas, my mom makes an egg casserole that is really more cheese than egg, and there's no way to go wrong with more cheese. Merry Christmas indeed!

Melanie said...

We do Eggs Benedict on Thanksgiving and Easter. Delicious! And good that it's only twice a year.

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meeyeehere said...

I make pancakes shaped like mickey mouse or whatever they ask me for on weekends
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Brittany Nolan said...
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Brittany Nolan said...

my mom makes hashbrown casserole every Christmas morning! mmmm :)

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Haven said...

I love having banana pancakes whenever we're doing something special. Usually it's semi-romantic sunday mornings with my husband, not holidays. No kids. :P

Haven said...

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Stacey said...

We make a big breakfast casserole and a ton of cinnamon rolls.

Tammigirl said...

I can vow to to associate Kellogg's with cereal instead of with kittens. Sure. I can do that.

We don't have big old breakfast traditions, but now I feel like we should.

Tabathia said...

On Christmas I cook crockpot french toast and let the kids watch tv while we eat breakfast
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beyond said...

i swear to associate Kellogg's with cereal instead of with kittens!

Becs said...

We never really did any sort of breakfast traditions, though I've always loved the "birthday breakfast" idea!

Marie Green said...

My husband and kids bring me breakfast in bed on Mother's Day and sometimes my birthday too. I love it. And it's usually CEREAL. Not KITTENS or MUFFIN SCOOPS.

Guinevere said...

My family does special birthday breakfasts with flowers around the place setting of the birthday child, and the menu determined by their likes (usually pancakes or waffles or french toast, since those are delicious and more special occasion).

And the morning of Christmas eve it is traditional to have a very very boring breakfast so that dinner after the festivities is more exciting!

Jenn said...

I make french toast for Christmas breakfast with a fruit compote and whipped cream. So delish! I wait for it all year. When it was just hubby and I, I used to be super fancy and make it with croissants, but then we had kids and now I make the 'overnight' kind instead so I can get it ready the night before and just throw it in the oven on christmas morning.

Jana said...

For the kids' birthdays and holiday mornings, I always fix cinnamon rolls (from a can, of course - I am not a morning person). We eat fairly healthy foods every other breakfast of the year, so I don't feel so bad about the occasional cinnamon roll treat.

TruthHole said...

The whole day of Christmas we sit around eating junk food and the wife yells at us to stop eating junk,thats tradition at it's finest

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Anonymous said...

On Saturdays we have family breakfasts since there is no rush to get out of the house. The kids like french toast or pancakes.

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Julie said...

My mom's excellent coffee cake on Christmas morning!

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Anonymous said...

We don’t have a special tradition for breakfast only on Saturdays when our schedule is relaxed and less rigid we enjoy french toast, scrambled eggs or cheese grits! :-)

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Heather said...

Our ritual consists of me cooking breakfast every morning. Scrambled eggs, sometimes waffles, crepes, french toast, or oatmeal. Then I help the kiddos get ready! On holidays we always make a little something holiday related for breakfast, like Boo-Berry Muffins!

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Katy said...

On Christmas morning we make Berries & Cream French Toast! We also love Kellogs cereal! :)

Xandra said...

Growing up we always chose our birthday dinner which could be anything we wanted. My mother thought it was hilarious that my sister once chose tacos. I usually went with fresh lobster! :D

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tattgiff said...

We have a special Christmas morning strata and peppermint cocoa.
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Eileen said...

Normally we dont have big traditional breakfasts...we grab cereal, bagels & peanutbutter or rice cakes with same. fruit. the only traditional breakfast we have is on Christmas morning!
After gift opening on Christmas morning, we make heart shaped waffles with strawberries and whipped cream, baked omelets, sweet rolls, and breakfast meats. then we dive into the homemade holiday treat trays! the kids love to help with the waffles!

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The Sunshyn said...

We haven't really developed any annual breakfast rituals so I swear not to associate Kellogg's with kittens. lol
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Anonymous said...

Christmas morning is our favorite breakfast ritual. Casserole and french toast! After presents and stockings...of course! Thinking we're going to add some more rituals to our list this coming year!

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Kristi Miller

Michelle S. said...

Christmas morning - waffles (literally the only time during the year we use the waffle maker) and sausage. Maaaaaybe scrambled eggs. MMMM!

jakiesmom said...

we get donuts for the birthday boy/girl and bring them to them in bed
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hendy said...

We also have a weird dinner to breakfast tradition. The day after thanksgiving we take the leftover turkey (cold) and make yummy turkey sandwiches when we wake up.
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shala_darkstone said...

Our Christmas holiday breakfast ritual is chocolate chip waffles. Thanks for the great giveaway!
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Darcy said...

Christmas morning always means quiche and homemade cinnamon rolls!

The Fam said...

We each have our favorite sugary (bad!) cereal wrapped under the tree, after we open all of our gifts (and cereal) on Christmas morning we all get to eat a big bowl of our favorite treat cereal!

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Superjules said...

For Christmas my family always makes Brioche in the shape of a santa face (though it always looks more like the sun). On Easter we make a cinnamon bun lamb. We're big on sweet, delicious bread products shaped like something festive.

sodahoney said...

Christmas day is the only time. I host the family brunch.

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Kelly Massman said...

Don't have any yearly special traditions, but we usually have special breakfast days on the weekend with pancakes, bacon and eggs! :-) That is also the only time I allow myself the treat of having coffee! Thanks! kmassman gmail

sunnymum said...

We don't have any breakfast rituals at our house. Maybe when thekids get a little older. But wait, it looks like someone wrote sweet rolls on the grocery list...
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Tracy R said...

Christmas and Thanksgiving mornings are just a bowl of cereal, because we want to save our appetites for all of the goodies that start coming a little bit later in the day!

Racingjourno said...

Weekends and holidays are for bacon and eggs after healthy weekday breakfasts.

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Janice said...

sure, I've always associated Kellogg's with cereal (why kittens??!?)

No particular breakfast ritual other than to ALWAYS have breakfast every morning

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Susan said...

New Years Day we all go to my parents house and eat pancakes and hamburger with gravy. It is good and the only day we eat it.

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Doodle741 said...

Our Christmas morning tradition is Sour Dough pancakes!! I *L-O-V-E* them! I have the starter, but I am horrible about making them for myself and my family – so Christmas Eve Mom preps the batter and then Christmas morning she makes them! YUMMO!!

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Kathleen said...

We do not have any breakfast traditions. We need to make some though.

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abitnerdy said...

Have I mentioned how much I love you rblog name? Swistle so fun to say.

No breakfast annual tradition over here. So i promise I will associate cereal with a hearty breakfast not kittens. hehe

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Leah @ A Butterfly In My Stomach said...

We have a beautiful Thanksgiving meal with all the traditional food...I love that tradition! We have French Toast Casserole!

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somesmallskill said...

When I was growing up on Christmas morning and on my birthday I would get an apple German pancake. I can't wait for my daughter to be old enough to appreciate our own traditions.

Anonymous said...

For birthdays my wife makes chocolate french toast.
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fairydogmother said...

My family's Christmas annual breakfast tradition started when I was a kid and continues even though we "kids" are all grown up now. The menu isn't anything all that exciting in and of itself: scrambled eggs, hash browns, maple sausage, toast, juice & coffee. Although now that we are all adults my dad makes coffee nudges for all of us. What makes the breakfast tradition special is that my dad does all of the cooking AND all of the clean up. For the last few years my brother has helped with the cooking, but my mom & I get kicked out of the kitchen entirely on Christmas morning. I have to say that is the very best part. And although the menu doesn't necessarily sound all that special, I've tried re-creating it at home occasionally throughout the year and I can never manage to get the eggs or the sausage to turn out as well as my dad does. I'm already looking forward to it, and it is nearly 2 months away!

marybug2 said...

Kelloggs will always be related to cereal and not kittens. It is our favorite breakfast food and night time snack.
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susan1215 said...

On Christmas mornings I make cinnamon rolls and breakfast casserole.


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Jennifer said...

I serve a huge variety of breakfast foods for Christmas eve morning! Eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, hashbrowns, french toast..and whatever else I can think of!

Shelly said...

My grandmother doesn't cook often, but she makes an awesome breakfast casserole for Christmas morning that we look forward to each year. She puts it in the oven and while it's baking and filling the house with yummy smells, we open presents and enjoy being together. It's my favorite part of the holidays!

Melissa Cureton said...

On the first day of school, we always got the hostess product of our choice. A good start, no? Couldn't have been all bad, almost my entire education was paid for by scholarships. :)

ms-texas said...

we don't have a breakfast tradition - so i swear to associate Kellogg's with cereal instead of with kittens

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Deb said...

Christmas morning is the certainly my favorite morning. My kids are early morning risers, and Christmas morning is no different. They are up usually at about 6am. We watch them open all their presents while my husband and I drink our coffee. The stash of new toys keeps them busy while I start cooking breakfast. Our tradition is french toast (made with my mother's homemade Challah bread), bacon, eggs, and homemade home fries. We feast and it usually keeps us full and satisfied until Christmas dinner is ready!

Betty C said...

Kellogg's and kittens? Not in this household. It's cereal all the way. We always have a large supply of Kellogg's cereal on hand. Special breakfasts are waffles for me. It may not be for a special occasion but any time I can get waffles it's a special morning.

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Norma said...

New Years Day we always go out for breakfast!
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LAMusing said...

Christmas morning we open socks then make breakfast together. Aftre breakfast we open the rest of the presents then play games all day.
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melanie said...

we do a special christmas brunch with yummy banana punch, french toast casserole, egg casserole and muffins. yummy. i wish it were christmas tomorrow!

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CAQuincy said...

My mother used to make this wonderfully yummy tea-ring for x-mas breakfast. And several years after their divorce, my father (and I!) begged her for the recipe (Can you believe she couldn't FIND it? Noooooo!!!!). Then my mother reminded me how much WORK went into that tea-ring, and I realized that making a can of cinnamon rolls for my family's x-mas breakfast was JUST FINE. (And my father just had to DEAL.)

BTW, Swistle--I got this idea from a Girl Scout trainer. She unrolls her canned orange rolls, puts a mandarin orange in the middle, and rolls them back up before baking. Oh. My. YUMMINESS!

marcia goss said...

On Christmas morning, we make coffee and open presents. Then I make a big breakfast for everyone, usually scrambled eggs, bacon, and maybe French toast.
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Anonymous said...

Tina said...

I am a relatively new mom, and didn't grow up with any breakfast tradition. In fact, breakfast was my worst meal of the day, and sometimes it would make me sick to eat early, so usually I would skip it. However, I would like to start a breakfast tradition with my kids. I think a birthday breakfast tradition sounds wonderful!

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ape2016 said...

Holiday breakfasts I make homemade waffles and we have orange juice (we don't usually have it around for regular breakfast, because the kids drink it all as soon as it is bought).
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gmissycat said...

My kids are older now so getting together for breakfast is difficult. We go out to eat sometimes on Sunday and that is about it.
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Linda said...

When my two oldest boys got married (and we were negotiating holidays) I suggested we have Thanksgiving breakfast at our house. It kept everyone from having to eat two turkey dinners. It has now become a favorite tradition.

Anonymous said...

We don't do an annual holiday tradition breakfast, just celebrating every sunday with eggs and waffles. scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Emily said...

We always get up super early on Easter for the sunrise service at church, then go to the breakfast afterward.

Jessica said...

Our breakfast tradition is to go to my dad's house every Christmas morning for a late breakfast. He makes my whole family pancakes, french toast, bacon and sausage. It's the best!
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PauleyD said...

On Christmas morning, we open presents first, then we eat breakafast, much, much, later. Usually everyone is so excited that food is the last thing on our minds. So, breakfast usally doesn’t happen until 11 or so. I make pancakes later on.

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Wander said...

Every holiday morning we make monkey bread. It's our family favorite.
Something else that we do special is crepes.

Kerry said...

I usually make the breakfast casserole that you let set overnight with the eggs and bread in it. It’s so easy to pop in the oven in the morning and that gives me more time to spend with the family!
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Champagne Wisdom said...

We always have breakfast at my house Christmas morning! We invite my aunt and uncle, mom and dad, grandparents - and everyone sits down for a nice family breakfast and my 5 year old son gets to show off his gifts from Santa! This year we'll have a new addition - I have a baby due in a week, so it will be a little more challenging, but definitely special! I'll be out on unpaid maternity leave through Christmas, so I would LOVE to win this to help actually purchase our breakfast items. Thanks for the chance! Here's crossing my fingers!! :)

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Jeanne said...

Christmas morning is always Peach French Toast. It's easy to assemble, and bakes in the oven. It's the only time I make it. MIL usually comes over in the morning to view the present opening and have breakfast with us.

Christy said...

Our only breakfast tradition is, on my side of the family, we have "whatever you want" for breakfast. Eggs and toast? French toast? Waffles? Hashbrowns? Cinnamon rolls? Cereal? Fruit? (ha) done and done. Mom really is a short order cook that day. I'm not looking forward to it if I have to take over.

DawnA said...

Easter breakfast = hard boiled eggs and candy. Christmas breakfast = usually something light (scones) followed by full bkfast @ family's house.
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JJ said...

Our Special breakfast day is Easter, Christmas, and a couple unplanned days every couple of months we have breakfast casserole

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Eve said...

My family goes to IHOP every Christmas morning for breakfast
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Scott said...

I love the morning of Thanksgiving day! We always have some pumpkin bread and hot spiced cider while making the big lunch!
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angie lilly said...

For us its all about pumpkin and apples this time of year. Pumpkin pancakes and fried apples, apple and pumpkin bread or butter…mmmmm
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KaHolly said...

Sunday mornings are always a special morning. We have a big breakfast that varies from week to week as we each take turns picking our favorites! Now that we are older, we all take turns preparing the meal. We turn off the telephone, gather as a family, and share our stories, joke around, and spend quality time together.

jillyrh said...

We always have sliced beef gravy with biscuits before we open any presents on Christmas morning.

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bdiane34 said...

No special breakfast days for us, we are always on the run so poptarts, cereal, toast is what we use.
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