Growing up, our house was chock full of Disney paraphernalia: classic Disney VCR tapes here, Ariel candles there, the obligatory Winnie-the-Pooh plushies sitting on top of our piano, right next to my Pochahontas and Lilo & Stitch stuffed collections. In our hallway, there even hung a framed portrait of Mickey Mouse from my mom’s old Disney days that, I later learned, was actually a rather rare reproduction of the same portrait that hung in Walt Disney’s animation office. (Say whaaat?)
Mickey Mouse was such a big part of my childhood, I honestly couldn’t imagine growing up without him and the rest of the Disney crew. That’s why, when my WONDERFUL blogger friend Courtney from Neighbor Food asked if I would guest post on her blog during this exciting time with her adorable baby boy, I knew exactly what recipe I wanted to share. Because let’s be honest: is there anything more emblematic of childhood happiness than this little round-eared, adorable mouse in Waffle Iron Omelette form?
No, I didn’t think so, either 8:) <–those are supposed to be cute Mickey ears on a smiley face, FYI
I’m sharing the recipe for this Memory Lane breakfast idea over on Courtney’s blog today–so make sure to hop on over and give her (and these ridiculously cute omelettes) some lovin’!
Hope your day’s as bright a one as these smiley little bites, Courtney and all the rest of you lovely folks!