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We are two working mothers — Lauren Rose, the director of business development for Name Bubbles, and Betsy DeMars, the assistant managing editor at The Saratogian. Try as we may to be really good at both, balancing motherhood and career can get pretty messy. As professionals, work schedules and mommy schedules often collide. So, we plow through, hoping at the end of the day, our kids — Lauren's 5-year-old son and Betsy's 11-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter — know how much we love them.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

18 volts of cake-mixing power

My husband is a practical guy, and he's always looking for the smartest, most efficient way of doing things. And he comes up with some pretty interesting stuff. It's not usually the approach most people take to doing things.

Today, as he was preparing to make a cake, he needed the mixer. But he hates our mixer. In fact, for years, he refused to use the new one and would drag out the pink one circa 1965 that his mother gave him forever ago. The thing actually had to warm up before it got up to speed. I'm not sure what ever happened to that thing. ;)

Apparently, we still had an old beater attachment. This is the resulting brainstorm my handy, dandy hubby came up with for the cake mix.



Yep. It's Mr. Mom and his Mikita. What can possibly be next?

1 Comments:

Blogger Mareesa Nicosia said...

lol genius!!

January 20, 2011 at 6:13 PM 

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