So I was baking last Tuesday. I was making brownies for our dear friends the Moores who just had their sweet baby Niah.
The recipe called for 2 eggs. I cracked the first egg in the bowl. Then the second. But this one was different. It was a twin egg! A perfectly separated nucleus. Staring into that mixing bowl, I laughed to myself and said "Well there's my life in a mixing bowl!" Referring, of course, to having a singleton (Luke) first and then surprise twins next.
I thought it was cute so I took a picture.
Well then Wednesday I was baking again. Banana bread this time. Luke's favorite! The recipe called for one egg. I cracked it open and this is what I found:
Another perfectly split twin egg!!
And then I fainted.
Well, not physically, but, holy cow! Have you ever seen a twin egg? Not me! What are the odds of seeing two in a row? Perhaps the odds of having sets of twins two in a row?
Is this my life in a mixing bowl? It should be fun to ride this one out.
I've quit using eggs for the time being.