Saturday, November 3, 2012

Saturday snapshot: cooking



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Me and my son have been at home for almost two weeks! first my son got sick and then I got sick! Typical!
But since we had so much time together we made most of it and even though we didn´t feel all that well we had a cozy time together. So this picture is from last week, when he helped me with dinner. It is rare I have time to let him help since it is kind of a stressful event to have dinner ready as soon as possible when get home from work! It was the best time ever to be able to take my time with dinner together with my son. And he loved it. He was so proud of himself and didn´t talk about anything else during dinner.




13 comments:

Eugenia O'Neal said...

And it looks good, too!

Kaye said...

Ah hah! A budding chef in the making!

Elisabeth said...

So cute!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I love this photo. He was having a great time.

Here's my Saturday Snapshot. Hope you will stop by.

Lisa said...

How cute! I always loved helping out in the kitchen when I was little. Great picture.

Lisa @ Alive on the Shelves

edgar said...

He looks like he knows what he is doing.
Sometimes being sick has a positive side:being together and helping each other.

Trish said...

Skills in the kitchen! It's fun cooking with children, isn't it?

Alyce said...

That is very sweet! So neat that you were able to do that with him!

Brona said...

One of the few good points about being ill is the forced slow down. Looks like you made the best of a bad situation.

Melinda Ott said...

How adorable...and delicious!

Peppermint Ph.D. said...

We don't get to cook together very often either...but when we do, there are some fabulous memories made :):)

Louise said...

It's nice to get an upside to being sick, like lovely family time. It's a cute photo, he certainly looks like he's loving it.

Joy Weese Moll said...

Fun photo! I love all the bright colors in that skillet.