Video: Mason's First Cupcake


Mason and I traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to visit my family this weekend. Unfortunately Chris had to work so he wasn’t able to come with us (yes, I managed to get Mason plus three pieces of luggage on a plane from New York to Columbus and back — all alone!!). We missed Chris so much but we had a blast. Some of my favorite moments: spending time with Christy, a super close friend since middle school, and meeting her gorgeous little girl Lucy for the first time. Hanging out with my grandma, who I admire so much. Watching my mom and Mason play together; I love how much she loves my son. Getting a pedi with my twin sister and my niece, just us girls. Chilling with my aunt and uncle on the deck after dinner. But the best moment of all was when Mason tried a cupcake for the first time.

Mason’s first cupcake was nothing fancy. It was from a mix, just simple yellow cake with vanilla frosting. My Mom made the cupcakes to celebrate Bug’s first birthday early. (He doesn’t turn 1 until August 19 but she won’t be able to make it to New York for the big event.) She made them from a gluten-free mix so I could enjoy them too. Mason was tentative at first, gingerly licking the icing, looking slightly confused. Then he picked it up and shoved the whole thing in his mouth. I was snapping photos with my iPhone at first but it got so good I switched to video. I’ve watched it a hundred times, at least, and I just had to share the moment with all of you. It was so exciting!

How was your weekend? What was your favorite part? Any special moments with your babe?

Tasting the frosting, just before the video (above) was shot

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