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Blue Cotton Mom’s Scrumptious Scones — 14 Comments

  1. Just stopped by to let you know it was ok and I see your lovely scones! Oh how I wish I had one right now for dessert! Thanks for mentioning my sauce and for the kind words. They would be a perfect match!

  2. Thank you so much for coming to my blog and sharing advice about how to help my son cope with stress. Your advice was so sound. Of course, now that I visit you and see you have FIVE sons it makes sense. I have two boys and they are 3 and 1. Our boundaries are rather small, maybe like a little stream of water, but I am well aware that they will grow and your post is so on point. I may never stop seeing them as my babies, but I won’t be able to hug and kiss and tickle them they way I do now. Better enjoy it now!

  3. These recipes sound so delicious!! I don’t bake very often (I’m a former fat girl, living alone… Unless I can make just one of soemthing, having a big plate of yummy baked goods is a recipe for disaster!) but I do love to bake when I have company… like I will this weekend! Printing, saving, and planning to go shopping 🙂 Thanks for sharing!!

  4. Scones! Yum! I have yet to attempt to bake them – I hear they are tempermental ~ sorta like boundaries! hehe

    I love your “don’t get in my bubble” I think that would be a healthy approach between my first born – born to be in control and power; and my second born – in the moment, impulsive.

    I never realized how strongly some of my boundaries were until I became a stepmom. I tell you, I don’t think I really used the word boundary until then – but I sure have since. Boundaries are intersting and different for each – and each invasion is quite unique (like your scone gift). I guess each one has to be dealt with based on its own merits. Sometimes wounds just have to be licked and move on; sometimes the crossing over has to be confronted.

    Thank you for the scone recipe, I have to get up the gumption to tackle – hopefully will not turn out like the first homemade biscuit I ever made – hard as a rock!

  5. stopping by from SITS 🙂 lovely blog – those scones look so yummy – have a wonderful day sweet bella and come visit me anytime at mangia-bella.blogspot.com

  6. Hey I’m all for a scone anytime!!

    I remember well when my son – now 29 – went through these stages. It was a little bittersweet. He still carries that “bubble” thing!

    Thanks for stopping by to visit me today! You have an elegant blog and beautifully gentle style of writing.

  7. Oh I am SO going to try these!! I lurve scones and I can’t imagine your sons being any better! Just be glad your son is bringing you scones. Mine brings me boogers and bugs.

  8. I’m not much of a baker but these look amazing. I may have to try it (or my husband will be happy to). We both cook, but he bakes 🙂 Five boys…wow. We’re convinced if we were to have third it’d be another girl. Some people are just attracted to one gender I guess. And I always thought I would have boys!

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