Introducing, Pepper.


This is Miss Pepper! She is TEN months old. (Excuse me while I grab some tissues) 

She loves fruits, veggies, and all the random things I mix up for her. 

I finally let her try some of my “Almost Famous” Biscuits N Gravy Bake , and she eats it by the fistfuls now.

She has two teeth officially, and she’s working on her  two  upper front  teeth right now. My heart aches for her. 

She loves her little lamb that daddy bought her when she was just a couple weeks old.

We made it TEN months without a trip to the ER, and at ten months exactly. She decided she wanted to go check it out.

She’s the cutest lil stink ever!

Hands on everything.

Nosey, like her daddy. 

She had her first word…. and it was MAMA! She doesn’t say it anymore unless she’s extremely ticked off.

She waves hello & goodbye.

She’s a professional scooter. She crawls only when she needs to get something she is not supposed to be in.

She’s working on trying to stand and walk around. 




I thought I would share a little bit about this little beauty since she’s the reason why I do almost everything I do now!



 Xo, Star


  1. undercoverweightwatcher

    She’s such a doll, just absolutely precious, Star! Those are the happiest of days, the ones where you have a sweet little spirit in the home. It’s clear how much you are enjoying it!

  2. thehonorablelmw

    Your daughter is just adorable. Love your blog/recipes/and your personality! Keep it up girlfriend, you’re amazing.

    • Thank you SOOOO much. I need to write a little more about her on here, but I’m no writer so I get discouraged easily with posts that don’t have to do with food. Thank you so much for all your sweet compliments! It made my day. Best, Star

  3. She is adorable!

  4. Recently found your blog and I am loving it. I’ve been checking out your recipes for awhile and just realized I could find out more information about you and your family too! Thanks for sharing everything. I’ve tried many of your recipes and have loved them all. DDOP will make me smile now that I know the story behind the name and how it came to be. Thanks, again!

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