Wordless Wednesday – 11/7/07 – What’s cooking?

Wordless Wednesday – 11/7/07 – What’s cooking?

NaBloPoMo – Day 7

Baking apricot-nut bread - 11/1/07

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    We were baking some apricot-pecan bread together last week. Yummy! :)

    Crunchy Domestic Goddess

  2. Great Picture! You must have tons of patience! I don’t know that I could get any cooking done like that. God bless you!

    Hey, please be sure to join me for Flaunt It Fridays. Being someone who’s into photography, I think you’d like it.

  3. I love it when my kids and I cook together. They take it so seriously.

  4. We love to cook together, The bread sounds amazing! Your sweaters are cute too!
    We finally linked you back with your cute button at Blessed Nest.

    cleaning my (blog) house this week and getting organized. hehe
    Have a great day!

  5. Mmm sounds yummy. I bet the back carrier is much better for cooking. I wear Zoe on my hip with the ring sling, but now she’s getting older she just grabs everything she can reach, which isn’t so safe! The back thing is a great idea!

  6. That looks familiar! ;) I loved the back carry, it allowed me to be able to cook with a busy little one about. Now, my kids like to pull their chairs up and watch me safely on the other side of the counter.

  7. Fun shot! What is Julian wearing? That outfit looks so cute!

  8. So, what sling are you using? I’m getting to where I need a good back carry, but I’m not happy with the one I get from my ring sling. Your’s looks comfy and soft (but effective).

  9. Such a classic shot. You’ll be glad to have it when they’re both bigger than YOU! :)

  10. Tim likes to help cook too – especially if I’m using the cake mixer which he always likes to turn on and off.

  11. this is lovely!I can’t wait for Defne to grow up and do some cooking together!

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