Wow, that's so awesome that your son bakes! How old is he? Tell him it looks "onolicious!!!"
He looks very organized! Does he do dishes too! He could be the next great chef!
I love seeing boys in the kitchen. I have three and they are all learning to cook and bake before I hand them over to a wife some day! ;-)
Yummy Please share the recipe!!
It looks yummy!
My son is also becoming a baker. He's about to completely kick me out of the kitchen! Good to see others are doing the same thing.Catherine
Me thinks I need him in my kitchen for all this holiday cooking coming up. I bet he is a real help to you. Awesome pics.Thanks for your visit to my bloghttp://seekinghisface2.blogspot.com(Bunny at computer desk)I am a new blogger (less than a month) and appreciate all visits.if you liked my blog...it was nominated for Best New Homeschool Blog...I would love your vote....I am saddly behind in the poll as of now....lol here is where you vote.http://homeschoolblogawards.com/best-new-homeschool-blog-2008/Thanks so much again for your visit.Lynne
mmmmmmmmmmmm YUM!!! :0)
Love it!! Great combo post!
Looks good. I'll be over soon so put the coffee on. From Nashville, Tn. Now save me some.
Wow! looks yummy! Great job G! Hope to taste one of those when you visit us here. Give my congratulations to G!
wow, yummy.Btw, I would like to give you an award for your wonderful blog so please accept it. Here is the link:http://matheadeanne.blogspot.com/2008/11/another-bloggy-award.html
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