I always say it’s hectic around here at 1 Fine Cookie, so it’s no shocker that when you toss in Â moving across country, a massive influx of orders, new projects (more about that later), and a new home with no furniture, and a doggy with multiple complications from a surgery, I’m just about ready to join the circus and get drunk on the tight rope. Or maybe get the tiger inebriated as well. We’ll growl at anyone who attempts to interact with us.
I did manage to find a few minutes here and there to capture photos of some of my cookie orders. These ones in particular are for the kiddies. No grownups allowed.
These classic firetruck cookies were for a 5-year-old’s birthday party.
You couldn’t tell it was for a fifth birthday? MeÂ neither.
I loved these because they are simple and no fuss. Perfect for a boy’s birthday.
Vrooom. Is that what they say?
Chrissy ordered these to celebrate the first birthday of one of the little girls that she nannies for.
Seriously, that is a legit nanny. Nanny 911 could learn a thing or two from her. Reward with favorite cartoon in an edible form. This child-rearing technique will be making debuts in all future parenting help books to come.
Seriously though. I used to teach but had never heard of Olivia the Pig. I had to actually Google her. She’s a cartoon on Nick Jr.
Here is the theme song:
I will replace “Olivia” with, “vodka and steak” in the lyrics. Seriously, try it out. If you are vegan sing”tofu and soy.” Still awesome.
By the way, this was someone’s comment under the video on Youtube:
“I think this show is offensive to people who are named Olivia. They are basically just saying we are pigs and i am actually underweight. Also I hate it when people sing this song to me because my name is Olivia!!!”
Child, please. I thought my generation was bad. This could be the result of helicopter parenting.
Little Olivia, try having your name be Jasmin Fine. From middle school on every boy who I dated was automatically dubbed Aladdin. From late high school on, I had to explain to every man I met that I was not in fact a stripper/porn star and that it was my real name. The only song with my name in it is Summer Breeze by Seals & Crofts (hippy music). Not nearly as fun.
Anyway, why would you hate your name being in a song that literally every baby in the world loves. There are hundreds of these videos out there. Babies just going nuts over Olivia the pig. Like they need their next hit of Olivia or things are going to get ugly. Start stealing from mommy’s piggy jar to pay the cable bill before they go through Olivia withdrawal.
Crazy, I tell ya.
Once this chick gets into Olivia, there is no getting her back. I think I saw her on an episode of intervention.
Apparently, not every parent shares this love of Olivia.
She is pretty cute though.
Olivia is the cat’s meow as far as the 0-6 population is concerned.
This order happens to be one of my favorites. I mean, I shouldn’t really say that because all of my cookies are like my children. We love our children equally, right?
If your parents told you that it is a lie. They totally love Jessica more for not ever getting arrested. Then she became a doctor.
Anyhoo, I have a special place n my heart for all things preppy so I was very excited when Lauren ordered these for a baby shower.
I am from Massachusetts, so chevron, stripe, and monograms are where it’s at.
I love how Lauren requested elephants rather than stick with the traditional ducks and baby bottles.
I think people are so much more creative and personal for special celebrations.
Garden fence print (I’m certain there is more than one name for this so feel free to enlighten me in the comment section). I love this color combination.
Lauren was so pleased with the results.
The little ones really do deserve the best.
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