Monday, November 15, 2010

One Carrier. Plenty of Uses.


I’ve shown you guys this Cupcake Courier before. It’s been awhile, but I still love it and I wanted to show you a couple more ways you can enjoy it.

Christmas Cupcakes

First and foremost, it carries cupcakes.


It can hold 36 cupcakes. Or 24 or 12 or any amount in between. Just remove the stackable trays to suit your need.

Perfect for larger batches of cupcakes or taking them to a holiday party or get together.


And if you remove all three trays…


Then you can use it for cakes. And pretty big ones, too.

But here is the best part. The real reason I have fallen deeper in love with this carrier. It allows me to do much more when it comes to carrying my baked goods.

Christmas Tree Cake Pops

I am talking specifically about cake pops here. Yep, because the courier is so tall, it triples as a handy dandy cake pop courier, too.

It serves multiple purposes. One… it simply allows you to store them upright without having to wrap them in treat bags.

And two… it allows you to carry them more easily to happy recipients. With or without treat bags.

Here … let me show you what I mean.


Tah dah. Perfectly protected pops. Of course you’ll have to imagine them made for full effect. I just used sticks and styrofoam to illustrate the idea.


If you use 6-inch paper lollipop sticks (8-inch sticks would be too tall) and some styrofoam, it will fit just fine in the base of the courier.


Styrofoam blocks come in many sizes and one of the common sizes is 4 x 12 x 2 inches high. Grab two of them and place them side by side on the base and then make 12 holes in each block. You can then easily carry 24 cake pops. And if you can’t find the styrofoam in that size, then cut down a larger piece of styrofoam to 8 X 12.

Either way it’s a great way to get more out of an already handy product. You can find them on

Hope that helps all you guys that are cake popping and cupcake making… and of course, carrying.

And to celebrate finding ways to do more with less, here’s a fun giveaway.

  • This giveaway starts November 15 and goes until November 29, 2010. Time’s Up! Winner Announced below.
  • To be entered in the giveaway, just leave a comment on this post and describe something you’ve found to be more productive or some way you do more with less. That’s it.
  • One winner will be chosen at random using and announced on this post at the end of the contest period following verification. See complete rules for details.
  • The prize is one (1) Windows Phone 7 (all features and details of the phone will be determined by the Sponsor.)

Okay, here’s the winner, chosen at random.


Congratulations Wendy! Have fun with your new phone.

And thank you everyone for so many great ideas to do more with less. You guys are really resourceful. I’m impressed.


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Sadie said...

I use rice bags to warm up our beds which allows us to turn the thermostat down. I made a rice bag for each of my kids beds, pop it in the microwave at night and they snuggle up to it happily when they drift off to sleep. It has saved us a ton on energy costs.

November 15, 2010 03:11 PM
Hayley said...

I like to save money by buying flax seeds in bulk and using them instead of eggs in baking. I spend less this way and it is also more multi purpose, since no one in my house eats eggs (unless they are hidden in baked goods, of course).

November 15, 2010 03:11 PM
Lindsay said...

I use Binder Clips all the time to make a bib out of a kitchen towel that my son can’t pull off!

November 15, 2010 03:12 PM
Helen said...

We are doing more with less this year for Christmas by capitalizing on our church’s free toy trade! We all have toys sitting around (used and new) that get ignored – parents get together to trade and viola! Free Christmas!

November 15, 2010 03:12 PM
Sam said...

I do much more for my help when I eat less ;)

November 15, 2010 03:12 PM
eko said...

starting my day with prayer – and NO internet — definitely helps me stay on task and be productive.



November 15, 2010 03:15 PM
Dawn Bagley said...

I am big on saving money…others probably have seen this or use them too. But I use clear plastic baseball sheets protectors to sort and organize my coupons. They make it so much easier to find coupons while I am shopping.

November 15, 2010 03:15 PM
Allison J said...

I use toothpaste and an older toothbrush to clean my rings, makes them sparkle!!!

November 15, 2010 03:15 PM
Sarah said...

I slide ice cube trays into my top dresser drawer to hold jewelry, and (my favorite) I fold all of my sheet sets together into their coordinating pillow cases – so I only have to grab one thing out of the linen closet and I know everything is there!

November 15, 2010 03:15 PM
Colleen Schmitt said...

I’m most productive when I turn off the internet…

November 15, 2010 03:16 PM
stephanie n said...

since pastry bags can be a little expensive, i buy ziplock bags instead to pipe designs on my cupcakes. regular ziplock bags are ok, but the freezer bags are more sturdy! i buy the store brand ones and they work like a charm and save me some money at that.

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
cassi b. said...

i’ve decided, if i don’t turn the tv on first thing in the morning, MIL does that and hubby got me started with it, i get alot more done. i tend to sit and watch rather than do and listen.

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
ladysaotome said...

Hmm, I save the lint from the dryer, leftover candle wax & empty egg cartons (cardboard) and make fire starters for our fire place.

I Oh, and I save the crusts in the freezer from the sandwiches I pack for Hubby & Munchkin and make bread pudding!

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
Sarah said...

One way I do more with less is to make soup. You can really stretch a buck by throwing a bunch of veggies and broth into a pot… and you can make it so delicious too! Yum! (And, hello, aren’t soup leftovers amazing?!)

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
Leslie Randle said...

I’m with #88! I was excited for a cupcake holder.

I find that if I would learn to say no, I’d be more productive. I sign up for too many things. There are so many hours in the day… yet I fill them up. I need to learn to dejunk. Less stuff — less time spent dejunking.

I do love Windex (and I’m not even Greek) and those Mr. Clean Erasers.

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
Kellie said...

The best thing that I’ve repurposed is a garlic press. I love to use it to juice lilikoi (aka passion fruit) seeds. It’s simple, and keeps that tartness of the seeds from ruining the juice!

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
Chris from Cali said...

We’ve been purging left and right instead of trying to buy things to organize our things. It’s easier to put away less than to remember where all the clutter needs to go back into!

November 15, 2010 03:18 PM
Karina said...

With a 1 year old daughter, my time seems to be so limited. I try to be organized and really try not to sweat the small stuff. Less stress means Happy Mommy and Happy Baby. I’m always looking for baby or kitchen gadgets that have duel functions, I live in a small house so I try to not to over clutter the place.

November 15, 2010 03:20 PM
Brith Kelly said...

I have discovered so many uses for spray paint….I can repurpose anything now!!!!

November 15, 2010 03:20 PM
Kellie said...

organizing can make all the difference in being productive or not!

November 15, 2010 03:20 PM
Amy said...

I’m more productive if I exercise first thing in the morning…. if I don’t get in at least an hours worth I find I’m a lazy butt all day long.

November 15, 2010 03:20 PM
Rose said...

I plan my meals out bi-weekly and buy the meat in bulk that I can use several time in different ways to save money!

November 15, 2010 03:20 PM
Kelly said...

I love my Farmers Market basket… I take it to the grocery store too, so I don’t have to touch the grimy carts!!

November 15, 2010 03:21 PM
Annette Barrett said...

dehydrated and freeze dried fruits and vegies have made things so much easier. I don’t have to worry about spoilage, only use what i need, and I always have “out of season” fruit to bake with. :)

November 15, 2010 03:21 PM
Jasmine said...

Wow you do so many giveaways Bakerella!! Thank you for that!!

When I make sugar cookies, I roll it out between parchment and wax paper. When it’s time to cut out the shapes, it’s super easy and just ready to go…you can slide the parchment paper right onto the baking sheet and into the oven!

November 15, 2010 03:21 PM
Terri said...

I use gallon ziplock bags for everything – frosting, batter, etc. Fill them – zip the shut – cut end off (I’ve used them instead of frosting bags) and squeeze out. No mess. I’ve also started giving baskets at wedding and showers with everything they need to make a cake including a engraved pan from That’s My Pan website. Put the couple’s name on it and no matter where they take it, everyone knows where to return it.

November 15, 2010 03:22 PM
Jenn said...

I am always looking for ways to do more with less.
My favorite thing is re-purposing furniture. I recently broke my bookshelf (it was a cheap one) in half trying to move it. I kept the top half that was not damaged and re used it as a tv stand for my daughters room. It works perfect to store her movies on the shelves and the tv (smaller flat panel) fits perfectly on top.

November 15, 2010 03:22 PM
Theresa said...

I’m trying to think of something that I’ve found multiple uses for…and really can’t think of much! I use vinegar a lot as a cleaning solvent (as a rinse aid in the dishwasher, and as a pet-area cleaning product), so I guess that works!

Thanks for the giveaway!

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Jeannette said...

For holidays I bake and decorate tons of sweets, then I make packages of goodies for my friends and families. They are much cheaper and less time consuming than buying individual gifts and people like them so much better!!

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Teresa said...

Folding clothes fresh out of the dryer means almost no ironing. If I can’t fold them, I at least make sure I straighten them and put them in a neat pile rather than just gthrowing them in a laundry basket. I keep rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle to clean mirrors, windows, faucets and some counters. I suppose vinegar works just as well but I would rather smell alcohol.

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Jennifer said...

I love taking my reusable bags to the grocery store! Taking ing 6-8 bags is sooooo much better than the 30 plastic bags! The ones from GNC are the BEST! They are twice as big as the grocery store ones!

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Tiffani said...

Reusable groccery bags!!! I use them when I go to the groccery store. I use them to haul wet towels and bathing suits from the pool. I use them as gift bags to give gifts in. I use them to organzie toys in my kids closets. I use them for EVERYTHING!

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Becky said...

I couldn’t decide which one I wanted to post, so I’m posting them both!
1st..after chopping/dicing/slicing onions, I sprinkle salt onto my hands and rub it in (like soap), then rinse off in warm eliminates a LOT of the onion odor! (and the salt acts as an exfoliant)
2nd..I use cheesecloth on my turkey..simply unroll cheesecloth, cut in half and fold to fit over top of turkey..then, as you baste the turkey while cooking, you pour your turkey juice over the cheesecloth and it just bakes into the turkey! MMmmm..soooo moist!!

November 15, 2010 03:24 PM
Jackie said...

I run two miles every morning, which makes me feel good. So even if I’m not productive, I feel okay about it.

November 15, 2010 03:25 PM
Tiffany said...

Since having a DVR, I’ve realized how much time I used to waste in front of the TV. Now I just record want I want to see and watch it whenever it’s convenient. Sometimes it’s weeks later! Plus I get to skip the commercials which saves 10-20 min. depending on the show length.

November 15, 2010 03:25 PM
Katherine said...

Newspapers. I use them to clean the windows, wrap gifts in, let my daughter tear up when she’s bored. It can be used for anything.

November 15, 2010 03:25 PM
Breezy said...

I am a total list maker. If its written down, I am good to go.

November 15, 2010 03:26 PM
Jessa Smith said...

Probably my mini-cupcake/ muffin tin has come in handy so many times. It was originally purchased to help bake cupcakes for my own wedding reception but I’ve used it for so many different and cute recipes from appetizers to peanut butter cup cookies…and of course the old standby – cupcakes. I use it at least once a month.

November 15, 2010 03:26 PM
Diane {} said...

I found that white board markers are a huge help when I’m baking, I write things on my counter top and don’t have to worry about it staining :) great when my hands are messy and paper isn’t around to jot down my latest creation. Works well for phone messages,now no one can say they can’t find a piece of paper!

November 15, 2010 03:26 PM
Amber said...

I am a day planner/to do list kind of lady. I love putting all my thoughts and plans on the page so that I never forget anything and it all gets done. Plus, it feels great to cross off all the accomplished tasks!

November 15, 2010 03:26 PM
Jennie A. said...

I use the emty toliet paper rolls to whined my flat iron and blow dryer cords in. I do sort of a loop and keep looping it around and then pull the toliet paper roll over it. It keeps all the cords from getting tied up together.

November 15, 2010 03:30 PM
Ashley Lyon said...

I LOVE my silicone baking mats. My husband and I are currently making a gingerbread house (all from scratch) and these mats have come in handy with the baking portion… we roll the dough out right on the mat and cut our house pieces and they go straight into the oven from there. EASY PEASY!

November 15, 2010 03:30 PM
riki said...

i find so many things to do with my little pizza cutter it cuts cookie dough beautifully

November 15, 2010 03:32 PM
Tracy S. said...

I think using what I have in my kitchen makes me more productive! I have found ways to substitute ingredients and use up the food I do have rather than taking a trip to the grocery store!

November 15, 2010 03:32 PM
Carmen said...

Small ziploc style bags that I purchased for storing/organizing jewelry making supplies (beads, chains, clasps, etc.). They happen to be the perfect thing to sort out the hundreds of pieces that are used in some of my husband’s board games.

November 15, 2010 03:34 PM
Laura Louise said...

studying in the tub… i get clean and smarter at the same time :)

November 15, 2010 03:34 PM
Lex said...

I found my kitchen aid mixer to make me more productive, especially when i did my girlfriend’s wedding cake and cupcakes! :)

November 15, 2010 03:35 PM
Charlotte said...

This will be my 6th year making cake balls to send to friends and family at Christmastime. They are perfect for shipping! I make at least 5 different flavors so, yeah, that’s a lot of cake balls. A couple of years ago I finally got a clue and started on them in November to save my sanity at the last minute. I make the cake mixtures one day and put them in the freezer. Then when I have time I’ll get it out and form the balls then place them back in the freezer. Then when it’s time to get the packages ready, they are ready to dip and ship!

November 15, 2010 03:35 PM
ellen said...

i found cutting out television enables me to study better.

November 15, 2010 03:35 PM
jessica pw said...

a julienne peeler is fasted way to shred papaya! saves so much time. my friend makes fun of me for being asian and using a rice cooker but that’s what my parents used too and it’s so easy to use

November 15, 2010 03:36 PM
Jennifer said...

I have a large tupperware “that’s a bowl” bowl that I use for mixing bread, chex mix, air popped pop corn, etc. But it doubles as my cake cover, plate of brownies/bars cover because it fits perfectly over one of my dinner plates!

November 15, 2010 03:36 PM
Ashlee said...

Whenever I make cookie dough I always make a few extra batches, then scoop them onto cookie sheets and freeze them. Once they are all frozen I pop the little dough balls into a ziploc bag and keep them in the freezer. That way I always have my favorite cookies ready to thaw/bake whenever family or friends stop over… or if Im having a chocolate craving :)

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Heidi said...

I’ve found duct tape to be able to do anything. I’ve used it to hold my car together, keep surgical wounds dry in the shower (didn’t think that one all the way through), make wallets, keep small children under control….. (just kidding!)

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Gloria K said...

I hate the idea of wasting paper, so I usually take cover sheets (page that indicates user name) left over at printers @ UCSD and use them as scratch paper. :)

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Jane M said...

I like to use every last scrap of fabric I order to make a quilt. I even like to use the scraps on the backside of the quilt that no one sees, just to use up all the fabric I bought!

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Kailani Fano said...

Taking the time to teach my kids to do their part, dishes, bathrooms, their own rooms, etc.. A little time up front, but it pays off in the end.

That and costco rotisserie chickens. A good base for many dinners.

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Haley said...

Since I have decided to make all homemade gifts this year for Christmas due to lack of funds there are lots of things I am discovering have so many uses…for example you can use magazine pages, old photos, or package wrappers to decoupage a homemade clock! Or turn a cute scarf into a purse!! Or an old decorative tray can be turned into an adorable photo collage wall hanging!

November 15, 2010 03:37 PM
Linds said...

I use an assignment notebook to keep all of my school assignments in order! It makes me so much more productive! :)

November 15, 2010 03:38 PM
Tammy said...

I have found that when I block out the mess in my house, I can have sooo much fun playing Candyland with my 4 and 5 year olds!!!!

November 15, 2010 03:39 PM
Sarah=] said...

I am most productive when I use websites for free shipping coupons when purchasing things online. RETAIL ME NOT! =]

November 15, 2010 03:40 PM
Natalie L said...

I use the butter wrappers to grease my pans!

November 15, 2010 03:40 PM
Bethany said...

I am able to be most productive when I get up early in the mornings.

November 15, 2010 03:41 PM
jamie said...

I am always looking for old items that I can turn into new beautiful items for my kids. Either with paint or sewing it saves lots of cash.

November 15, 2010 03:42 PM
Tiffany S. said...

I am trying to be green and make less waste. So I make my own homemade cleaner. Then I turned that idea into making my own taco seasoning, lemon curd, and more. It’s amazing the difference when you make it yourself! Thanks for the giveaway!

November 15, 2010 03:43 PM
Julia said...

I have found out that a music allows me to be way more productive, plus it makes everything more fun :)

November 15, 2010 03:43 PM
Danielle said...

When we redid our kitchen, our “summer” kitchen only had a stove so we grilled a lot, even Chocolate Chip Cookies (Which were very yummy)

November 15, 2010 03:44 PM
Heather H. said...

Use peas/beans for pie weights! :)

November 15, 2010 03:44 PM
Jenna said...

I’m most productive when I use my planner to write down EVERY little thing I need to do… but I’m too lazy to keep up with it!

November 15, 2010 03:44 PM
Courtney said...

I have used old spice bottles for many uses in the kitchen including my own spice blends, toothpicks, salad dressings to go and for craft projects.

November 15, 2010 03:45 PM
Rita F said...

I find q-tips are extremely helpful when cleaning – they’re great for cleaning out dirt from small spaces!

November 15, 2010 03:48 PM
Ilona said...

Keep the tv and computer off’

November 15, 2010 03:48 PM
kat said...

We don’t have a television on the main floor of our house. Our daughters, age 4 and 5 find lots of creative ways to play together when a television isn’t involved. We also reuse glass jars for drinking glasses, homemade jam or cranberry sauce, vases for flowers or votive or tealite candle holders.

November 15, 2010 03:49 PM
Anonymous said...

I buy Venus Embrace razors and I LOVE them. However, they are pricey. So I wipe them with a Magic Eraser (LOVE those too!) after each use. It keeps the blades sharp and gunk free so I can use them for many more times than I could otherwise.

November 15, 2010 03:51 PM
Ali @ Three Baking Sheets said...

The Stage and Screen music channel. Show tunes and 70′s TV theme songs are actually quite motivating when I’m Swiffering.

November 15, 2010 03:51 PM
Stephanie S said...

I use my reusable grocery bags for everything! I have a small one that doubles as a “purse” and larger ones I use as an overnight bag if I’m going on a car trip. If I bring something to a friends house it gets transported in my grocery bags. They make excellent laundry bags for separating out the delicates.

November 15, 2010 03:52 PM
Kim said...

My best multi-use tip is to use white vinegar for cleaning. It is cheap, non-toxic, and mixed with varying amounts of water it works for glass, tile, countertops, bathrooms… you name it.

November 15, 2010 03:52 PM
Beth said...

I just started making my own laundry detergent – it takes some getting used to but overall – it is great! I make homemade jelly and bread and give it away for Christmas gifts! I love the carrier! Thanks for offering this

November 15, 2010 03:52 PM
Jenette Marie said...

I save big and small glass jars (and sometimes plastic) from jams, pasta sauces, etc. I peel off the labels (remove any sticky residue with peanut butter) and use them to store opened bags of pastas, opened bags of candy (like M&Ms and chocolate morsels), and craft supplies (like beads and buttons)!

November 15, 2010 03:53 PM
Chriss Lilleskov said...

Awww, I thought you’d give away a cupcake carrier…but a phone is nice!
I am more productive with awesome Clorox and Windex wipes in a can!! I have one of each under every bathroom sink. When I think the sink or toilet need a little wipe, I don’t have to go find products, brushes or gloves. I also do a little cleaning while supervising the kids brushing teeth!

November 15, 2010 03:53 PM
sandy said...

I am more productive if I do not sit down first thing in the morning, just dig right in!

November 15, 2010 03:53 PM
Jenna said...

I use my silpat for cooking and baking. That way, I don’t have to use parchment paper and my cookie sheet doesn’t get dirty!

November 15, 2010 03:54 PM
domestikate said...

I can’t think of anything, other than being more productive when I’ve got some cake to motivate me!

November 15, 2010 03:54 PM
Amanda said...

I like to use mini cupcake pan when making cakepops. I scoop them into the tin then roll into balls that way I can keep track of how many I am making without counting :) I love the courrier!!

November 15, 2010 03:54 PM
Tracy Calderon said...

hmm, let’s see….to get rid of nasty ol’ zits on my face I like to put a dab of toothpaste on it and i also like to use straight baking soda on my tooth brush to whiten up my teeth…pretty much it :D

November 15, 2010 03:55 PM
Theresa said...

I have a job that lets me work from home, which is VERY nice, but I find when I go into the office, often in the evening when no one else is there, I get so much more done.

November 15, 2010 03:55 PM
Trudy said...

I have found that I more productive around the house when it is clean!

November 15, 2010 03:56 PM
Veronica said...

Since my coat closet is hardly used but to store “junk”…I cleaned out the junk this weekend…installed shelves and organized my craft supplies in there. I may not have a craft room, but I now have a craft closet! Yay!!!!

BTW…I have that carrier and I LOVE it! I have used it to bake up cupcakes for my son’s classes these past couple of years. Hwwever now I have to pick another one up because although he’s now in Jr. High and not keen on Mom’s cupcakes at school anymore, my two younger daughters are now in school and I can bake for their classes! I love this and especially the tip for cake pops. Thanks!

November 15, 2010 03:56 PM
Jennifer said...

I recently found new uses for a deconstructed stitch holder when I lost my cable needle. (Knitting lingo)

November 15, 2010 03:56 PM
Alyssa said...

I’ve learned that I can be much more productive when I ask for help with the things I can’t figure out… Learning to complete my tasks in the best, most timely & correct way=efficiency!

November 15, 2010 03:56 PM
Amy said...

I have a 3 drawer storage bin that I use for the girls arts. Top drawer is Abby’s, middle drawer is Maddy’s and the bottom drawer is where all the coloring books and paper goes. They know if they can’t find something to look there first!

November 15, 2010 03:56 PM
Angela said...

Whenever my pantry and/or fridge gets low on groceries and I’m trying to wait until my next paycheck to go to the store, I get very creative with dinner just using what I have on hand. I will concoct some really strange meals, meatloaf but with cheese quesadillas on the side and the remnants of the last few bags of frozen veggies, just mix them up for some off-the-wall medley. It gets the job done!

November 15, 2010 03:57 PM
CakeStory said...

Love it! I’ve learned so many things so far: I don’t eat cheetos, but if I did, I will certainly use chopsticks from now on =P
1. I recently discovered that the cardboard disc that frozen pizzas come on are PERFECT for making cupcake towers or cake boards. I bake Digorno pizzas all the time and cutting my own circles are such a pain. Since the pizzas are frozen, the circles stay pretty clean by the time you open the package. Cover in foil/paper and you’re set! And you’re recycling!
2. Post-its… everywhere. Something will sink in if I see it enough times right?
3. Google reader – I can see all my favorite blogs, real-time, in one snapshot.

November 15, 2010 03:57 PM
Frostine said...

I use a flower nail instead of a heating core when baking. You can see what I mean here.

November 15, 2010 03:58 PM
Heather said...

I’m most productive when the computer and t.v. are off and the kiddos are asleep!

November 15, 2010 03:59 PM
Becky S said...

I’m always using that rubbery shelf liner for other things. It’s great for putting under plates and dishes when my 6yo is being crafty, less chance for a accident. I also have the Cupcake Courier and I put a piece under the serving dish when I put a cake in the courier so it doesn’t slip and slide in transport.

November 15, 2010 03:59 PM
Melissa said...

I have found my calendar on my phone to help me be more productive..It keeps me on track LOL

November 15, 2010 03:59 PM
E @ Oh! Apostrophe said...

Lists lists and more lists!

Oh, and stepping away from the internet, but that is no fun :)

November 15, 2010 04:01 PM
melanie said...

And I thought I was handy making my 24 cupcake carrier, hold 24 standard, pus 24 mini cupcakes…I sure could use this, so that people at work don’t have to settle for the mini size. (P.S. 3 day weekends are so much more productive than 5 day work weeks.)

November 15, 2010 04:01 PM
Christy M. said...

I know a lot of people have already said it, but if I want to be more productive I have to make a to-do list!

November 15, 2010 04:01 PM
Suzanne said...

Well, see, I have only one mouth and yet I’ve found multiple activities to do with it. There’s eating, talking, eating, singing, eating, attempting to whistle (haven’t quite figured that one out yet), kissing, and did I mention EATING? Yup, so many uses for one little thing. =)

November 15, 2010 04:03 PM
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