Friday, September 10, 2010

The Cutest Little Chef

There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child.
There are seven million. ~Walt Streightiff


These little eyes are keenly watching her Daddy as he prepares a full cooked breakfast for us all on the weekend. You see he really truly is a very Generous Gentleman. I get to sit down nursing my growing bump while he prepares food and...wait for it...cleans up the greasy mess afterwards. I know, I am truly blessed.


I know she is learning so much as she perches herself on her pink stool by her pink Daddy in her pink pajamas with her pink apron and her pink chef's hat perched upon her head.

I know one day she'll be keen to be preparing meals for her loved ones also. She's also been known to don her apron and hat to assist us with pizza making at lunch time. Ah bliss, me and my growing girls preparing our lunch together. It's what I always dreamed of, although it is perhaps a little more challenging that my dreams would have had me believe in my younger years.


I made this little outfit for my little pink three year old for her birthday. Well that was the intention at least. Halfway through stitching it I sent my machine off for a service which lasted longer than I'd hoped. The sewing machine needed more repairs than planned as it is a 20 year old Pfaff machine, made in Germany, which the technician convinced me would be better off being repaired than my buying a new computerised one made in China. I agreed. And I love it...all over again...it is like new!!

So it is a little late in coming, but that doesn't matter does it!

5 comments:

Jeanne said...

The apron is gorgeous, as is it's wearer. Pink Daddy?

alecat said...

She is just so cute!
What a lovely gift to give your daughter. ☺

Anonymous said...

How gorgeous love them she looks adorable Love Donna x

Bee Lady said...

Your daughter is adorable. I just met a friend for coffee, and I have my computer with me so I thought I'd check to see if you had your baby yet. Keep us posted! Funny thing, during our conversation I was telling her how I like to keep the things that I become used to, such as my sewing machine. That is exactly what I said! I don't know if it's because I really like them, or I don't like change. Either way, I've had the same machine since about 1984. And the pink outfit is so cute.

Cindy

Cee said...

Thankyou all for your lovely generous comments - despite all these terribly blurry photos. You see, she just never stops moving I am certain.

You'll have to meet my hubby one day Jeanne to understand the pink Daddy part! You are a very astute reader aren't you. ;)

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