Well, you can use won-ton wrappers and fill them with a combination of shredded cabbage and carrots and even little strips of pork. Roll up a small amount and then deep fry to a golden brown.
Or, you could just give it a push.
|Girly girl time.|
I learned my lesson with THAT question! It's sorta like when a 5 year old asks you where babies come from...they don't really want a sex ed lesson - they just wonder if everyone is from Nebraska like they are.
Miss A and I spent the afternoon at the football field today. We had to have The Boy there an hour and fifteen minutes early for his game, so we had some time to chat. I remembered the egg roll question when Miss A asked me "What do you think of yourself as, Mom?"
At first, I wanted to get all philosophical and go in to the ways that a woman is multi-faceted, has many responsibilities and can be different things to different people. I never want to limit our daughters by making them think that they have to be "this" or "that." I certainly don't want them to think that they are staring down the barrel of Domestic Engineer/Childcare Provider/Home School Teacher like myself - that's definitely an acquired taste.
So I was SMART this time and asked "Well, what do you mean? Like, do I think I'm funny, or strong, or nice?" To which she replied:
"No, like are you sporty, or glam, or like what kind of style do you see yourself as?"
Easiest question I answered all week. Classic Style Fashion all the way. Jeans and T-Shirts, comfy shoes, small amount of the same makeup each day, and easy hair. Glad I didn't wax all poetic for nothing.
|My kid in green socking it to #76 red.|
|I could be shot for publishing this picture.|
"You guys looked cute!"
Had he not been exhausted from the game, I think he would have refused to get in the car.