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Mom’s ‘Cute’ Cookies For Son’s First Birthday Turned Out More X-Rated Than She Hoped

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Birthdays are everything when you are a child. Cake, balloons, presents — your first birthday parties always include endless treats.

There is nothing better than celebrating milestone birthdays surrounded by friends and family. A baby turning one is a fun, exciting time, and it usually includes a ton of treats and even more mess.

One mom decided to pass on a family tradition that made her happy as a little one. She couldn’t wait to get in the kitchen and get started!

One Mom Wanted To Bake Some Cute Birthday Cookies

A woman named Jen from New Jersey grew up with number cookies each year on her birthday.

Her mother would use numbered cookie cutters for her age each year, and she decided to continue this tradition with her children.

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Jen borrowed the same set of numbered cookie cutters from her mother to use for her little ones on their birthdays. She plans on keeping this birthday baking tradition alive and well, and so far it has been a success.

Her Kids Get Numeral Baked Goodies Every Year

Jen enjoys making these colorful, personalized cookies for her kids to enjoy. One of the last batches she made was for her daughter’s fourth birthday.

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Her 11-month-old son was turning one in June, so she decided to take a stab at making a large batch of the “one” cookies.

She planned to make a lot of cookies in preparation for his first birthday party to include in the goodie bags for guests.

Once they were taken out of the oven and layered with icing, Jen’s husband made a jaw-dropping observation.

They Looked More Like A Man’s Member Than A Number

Jen’s husband JT walked in as the “one” cookies were cooling, and he couldn’t help but point out how inappropriate the cookies appeared.

“They looked like something else,” JT stated. Take a closer look and you can’t help but agree!

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Jen disagreed with her husband, but JT couldn’t help but take a picture and share these peculiar cookies with the Internet. JT’s photo has been liked over 35,000 times on Twitter and it has been retweeted over 12,000 times.

Many Twitter users couldn’t help but tweet reaction gifs at JT, and one Twitter user even asked: “U gonna eat them?”

JT admitted that his daughter’s cookies turned out the same way on her first birthday, but Jen simply states guests “will see what they want to see.”

One thing is for sure, these cookies are sure to be the talk of any party!

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