Thursday, November 6, 2014

Sharing the kitchen








They each gain more confidence in the kitchen everyday. Lo mein or chicken pot pie.  It doesn't really matter what we/they are making. It just matters that we are making it together.

-dana

11 comments:

Kar said...

Absolutely! I love that my girls can get in the kitchen and enjoy being in there making things also. It's beyond awesome. : )

Trish said...

Love this! One of the best pieces of advice I received in regard to picky eaters was to have my daughter help me in the kitchen. We started this as soon as she could steadily stand on a chair and help me stir. Now she's 3.5 and loves helping me in the kitchen...and eating her creations. So sweet to see your girls sharing that time with you.

Amy said...

I'm putting Ste in charge of one evening meal per week now that marching band is over. He's been cooking with me since he was a little, and at 17, I know he can manage a meal on his own. Of course, hubs and I will be available to answer questions and help out when needed! ;) (and momma gets some relaxation time after work at least one day a week!!)

Beth said...

Lovely spending time together. Even better when at the end there is something yummy to share.

Jenny said...

I spy Denby Boston, my wedding china.

Jackie said...

Yum! I'm looking forward to the day when the kids will enjoy helping make things other than cookies, and eggs, and can eat a more non-kid friendly meal. We do expose them to different meal options, but they waist a lot of food at this point.

Karen said...

I love this post. Thanks for sharing these fun and yummy moments.

Kim said...

I was never allowed in the kitchen as a child but my kids were always welcome to cook with me, now both of them are great cooks...my son loves it and says it is his "performance art". Yummy stuff happening at your house!

Happy Sewing

Mama Said Sew said...

How fun! Nathan and I had a "chopped" dessert making contest last week. Very exciting. :)

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

Amen sister, because the time comes way to fast and then poof they are gone!

Shirley said...

You're a good mama and your girls are so lucky! Enjoy these sweet years!