A little difficult to see what does he cook :DIs he a good chef?I'm a little bad he he he.Kisses.Gio
I australia we have a show called masterchef (and one called junior masterchef) - he could be a contender!!have a great weekendxxxCate
Oh the blur is what tells the story! I love kids in the kitchen -- what a way for them to learn and grow and become confident!!
Kid's in the kitchen is alway a moment to remember. Can't tell if he is cooking or doing science! I first thought me might be watering plants?I have lots of blurry photos I keep as they are precious to me. Love that you cherrish them as well. Here is our moment: http://heartfelthomemaking.blogspot.com/2011/02/this-moment.htmlBlessings, Elizabeth
I thought is might be a science project as well - it almost looks like upright asparagus spears!
he is adding olive oil to our asparagus for dinner. Sawyer loves to be in the kitchen.
LOVE the action shot!
That is some sure kitchen business! :)Lisa
Ohmygosh! I was just over at "The Woodland School" blog and saw Silsbee, TX in a comment as I was scrolling down...so I had to stop and check it out. My grandparents had a farm in Silsbee, and I used to spend large parts of my summers there as a kid. Your blog looks great and you might want to think about adding this book to your list for 2011, if you haven't already read it..."The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks". It is an incredible story.
For some reason I can't get your email address...my computer says something about my default not being configured right or something...I don't understand all that stuff. But anyway...my grandparents were the Clark's. If you went to high school in the early 80's you might know my cousins...the Krebs'. My cousin Kyle married Cindy (I cannot remember her maiden name) back in the mid-1980's but they are divorced now. Did you maybe know the Verret's??? You can email me at LoriLaurieLauri at Yahoo dot com. And thanks for stopping by my blog!
The blurry ones are usually the best.