Happy monday everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend.
Let me ask you something, who cooks in your house?
In this house, Will is the master chef. Not only does he enjoy it more than I do but, he is definitely better than I am.
These days however, Will has a little helper in the kitchen with him. Lily has taken an interest in cooking and being in the kitchen with her pai.
She loves putting on the apron and reminds him to put his on if he doesn’t have it on already and, she loves putting on the dish towel over her shoulder just like Will does.
Ever since she was able to sit on the kitchen counter, Will has sat Lily there and talked to her while cooking as well as taught her about spices by letting her smell every single one of the spice jars.
Even though I am a bit blown away by Lily’s 2 year old interest in cooking, it doesn’t really surprise me and I find it to be a beautiful way for Will and Lily to spend some bonding quality time together. (and hopefully she will come out cooking better than i do)
What about you guys? Are you the chef in your kitchen and do you cook with your little one?
on 2 different nights making dinner
making pancakes and with her mickey mouse pancake (her idea)
Oh! I almost forgot…. and the winner of the feather headband giveaway is…
Congratulations Natasha! Hope you, Olivia and Marco enjoy the feather headband. Please send me your address so I can send it to you.
Hello everyone! Are you ready for our very first tutorial?
Well, it all started when I cleaned out my dresser drawers on thursday and finally got rid of favorite pajama pants that had holes and tears with no repair.
Since I wanted to make Lily a birthday “2” headband, I thought it would be a great idea to use the fabric from my very favorite pajama pants.
So, if you have old pillow cases, aprons, t-shirts, sheets, or pajama pants that you are holding onto but don’t know exactly what to do, make some headbands! (or mobiles. tutorial for that another day)
The only thing you will really need to know, is to sew a button. That you must know in order to make this headband.
For Lily’s birthday party, I made flowers for the girls and feathers for the boys.
Since Thanksgiving is around the corner, I thought it would be a good idea to make a feather.
So here we go!
What you need:
Paper (on the thicker side so it doesn’t bend or fold), pencil, sharpie, scissors (good one that will cut through paper and fabric), glue stick, a button (or buttons if you are making more than one), needle, thread, any kind of ribbon (if you are using pajama pants you can use the ribbon-tie) and fabric.