Ice Cream for Breakfast

It’s my birthday and I can Reblog if I want to! Be sure to think about your own special traditions today. 🙂

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Ice Cream for Breakfast – Happy Birthday to ME!

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It was my birthday and my kids and I added ice cream to our breakfast menu. They were so tickled at the idea of eating something so bad for breakfast. (I am usually “mean mom” and make them eat fruit, eggs, or cereal for our morning meal.)

Since my daughter’s first birthday, we have celebrated birthdays with a breakfast cupcake. Due to the fact that I am the only one who is old enough to bake cupcakes (and I didn’t get any baked the day before), ice cream was definitely the next best option for my special day.

Upholding the breakfast treat tradition is important to my kids and I. Upholding any tradition that adds special emphasis to life events is always important to uphold.

Think about a tradition you celebrate with your family and friends that is unique to you…

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11 thoughts on “Ice Cream for Breakfast

  1. That looks yummy! Happy Birthday!

    I can’t think of any special tradition, though my hubby and I do sometimes eat cake for breakfast when I bake. I ate a regular breakfast this morning, but got hungry at about 10:30 am and decided to finish off the little bit of potato salad that was left. It hit the spot!

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  2. Belated birthday wishes to you! Hope you had a great day and here’s wishing you a fabulous year ahead. I love the idea of having ice-cream for breakfast. Cool. 🙂

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