My mom was asking what candy she could get as stocking stufferes so I put together a list of gluten free candy– just seemed like a good reference to have.
Cadbury Adams Swedish Fish
Cadbury Adams Sour Patch Kids and Sour Patch
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate bars
Jelly Belly beans
Jolly Rancher hard candy and Doubles Candy
Jolly Rancher Hard Candy Stix, Lollipops and Fruit Chews
Jr. Mints fun size
M&M’s – original, peanut, peanut butter
Mars M&M’s – except pretzel M&M’s
Mars Snickers, Snickers Dark
Mike and Ike
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups snack size and miniatures
Skittles includes Original, Sour, Wild Berry, Fizzl’d Fruits, and Crazy Core
York Peppermint Patties
We were supposed to go to play-school on Monday, but we decided to play hookie and go the the Academy of Natural Science. We took the train downtown and made our way to the museum. We didn’t stay too long (a perk of having a membership is you can go anytime.) We decided to go see Papa at work for lunch. Dashiell is amazing. He walked from 19th and the Parkway all the way to Broad and Walnut. There were a few complaints of tired feet on the way– but over all, he was a trooper.
We had a great time at Papa’s office “working.” Dashiell got to help a colleague work the copy machine, which was great fun.
We took the train home and didn’t get to bed till after 3pm (oops!) I only snapped 2 shots the whole day but they are pretty good.
Dashiell, the strong man, decided to wear his “birthday clothes” on his birthday and do some body-building moves. A guy needs to show off his muscles.
We finished the day with singing, candles and cake. The next morning Dashiell said the coolest thing: “Am I four now? I don’t feel the fourness!” What a crazy kid!