Little Baker Then & Now

“If baking is any labor at all, it’s a labor of love. A love that gets passed from generation to generation.”
~ Regina Brett

Our little baker girl at two years old:

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“It’s a good thing you gave me this apron, Nanny.”
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“I love making muffins.”
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“Even my batter tastes good.”
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“Can’t wait until they’re baked!”



And here she is at nine years. Where has the time gone?

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“Wearing my new apron from Auntie Lynn. Please don’t mind my photobombing brother.”

Our boy is turning SEVEN on Saturday.
 Can’t wait to see you on the weekend, my treasures. xo

“Grandchildren are one of the sweetest rewards for raising a family.”
~ J. Kelland Perry

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reward

What does reward mean to you?

Friday Bouquet #5

Happy Weekend, everyone!

Hey, who doesn’t love food? I know not everyone loves cooking, but Andrea of Cooking with a Wallflower sure does, and she does it with style. Her easy-to-follow, step-by-step recipes are a delight. I have been following Andrea for some time now, loving her recipe ideas and the gorgeous food photography that goes with it. In her own words:

I know that it’s sometimes difficult to find time to cook when you’re balancing so many other things in your life, but my hope is that you will find that cooking can be fun and relatively simple. I want my readers to be able to have fun cooking as well as enjoy what they eat. After all, what’s the point of eating if you don’t like what you eat? So just because I have certain ingredients in my recipe does not mean that you can’t substitute in some of your favorite ingredients. Have fun and enjoy yourselves.”Andrea

Try these:
 Basil Chicken Quesadillas
  Strawberry Apple Crumble
Feel the “food love” today by checking out her site, and let her know Jennifer sent you.
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