Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Success

Bug LOVES his little kitchen and apparently Winnie-the-Pooh will attend the culinary school along with our little guy. He's been busy cooking breakfast for us every day--his signature dish is a hot dog served in a tea kettle.

What fun for Bug (and me) to find out that:

the pot on the burner makes a bubbling noise

the frying pan makes a sizzling noise

the tea kettle whistles

the oven has a timer

and the grill makes a noise that no actual grill should ever make.

Please note he's got both oven doors open--it's like he's taunting me--oh, how I wish I had a double oven. (Ignore the pacifier...)






And...Happy Birthday, Bruce!

16 comments:

  1. Ha! The Bruce photo caught me off guard.

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  2. Yeah, Bruce caught me off guard too!
    What a cutie, that Bug is. Love it!
    My kids love to serve me waffles with peas.

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  3. C-U-T-E!!!

    I thought of you while I was driving to work this morning and the radio was blasting Bruce in honor of his 60th (Holy S...!) birthday.

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  4. I loved the "his signature dish is a hot dog served in a tea kettle"! You can tell... He's a man...

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  5. Santa brought a kitchen a few years ago. We've barely used it - or all the play food that goes with it. The huz wants to toss it. I keep saying "No! They may still be interested!" I'm lying to both of us.

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  6. You are so lucky that they make "masculine" toy kitchens now. When my guys were little they were all pink and purple. Took the toy companies a while to catch on the the whole Iron Chef thing. And baby you were born to run (or cook)

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  7. That sounds like an awesome toy kitchen. My little man would love it too.

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  8. Oh he is adorable playing in the kitchen. You know Toys r us has some great play food for those kitchens and they are big peices so that the children dont' choke on them, if he ever decides to start becoming a cheif :0)
    Have a great day, I love your blog.

    Blessings,
    Heidi

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  9. So sweet...dang you bring back so many memories to me. I don't know who was more excited for her toy kitchen, me or my daughter? (Some 20 years ago!) Don't hate me cuz I'm old. There are so many other reasons to. :)

    And thanks for reminding me of Bruce's b-day.

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  10. I've been trying to entice Charlie into the world of cooking but so far he only seems interested in the world of eating. Le Sigh.

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  11. im jealous of bugs tea kettle...mine doesnt whistle! (damn martha stewart!)

    my daughters signature dish is a cheese wedge served in a tea cup. what do children have against plates?

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  12. Kid-size kitchens are the BEST - mine have so much fun with ours! I like the double-oven taunt :) Our little kitchen only has one, so they can't lord it over me!

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  13. Don't ya just love it when you can finish a job you thought you couldn't do?

    Great pic! Enjoy your plastic dinners!

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