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I have a five year old grandson, who has a bit of a speech problem and struggles with getting the first letters on all his words. One day when he was at our house, I told him I would bake him some coo
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Nana's OH, OH Cookies

posted at 10/2/2008 8:52 PM EDT
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I have a five year old grandson, who has a bit of a speech problem and struggles with getting the first letters on all his words. One day when he was at our house, I told him I would bake him some cookies if he could tell me what kind he liked the best. He proceeded to tell my husband and me that his favorite were Nana's OhOh Cookies. Puzzled, my husband asked me what exactly those were, and I told him I did not know. The whole time my grandson was listening to our converssation. He got up went to the cupboard and got down the box of oatmeal and said, I like the kind you put this oh oh stuff in with the raisins. Ever since then, the entire family has referred to my Oatmeal Cookies as Nana's OhOh Cookies, even my adult children ask for them by that name. My daughter called me from Montana requesting my recipe for Oh Oh Cookies. It is a "new" family tradition!

Nana's OH, OH Cookies

posted at 10/3/2008 12:31 AM EDT
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What sweet memories of your grandson!

Nana's OH, OH Cookies

posted at 10/10/2008 8:12 PM EDT
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cuuuuuuuuuute!

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