|Bea & MC 'chatting'|
|We thought she was sooo big|
Bea drank her first tea (95% milk 5% decaf Earl Grey) in her 'big girl' tea cup the other day. Being a true Brit she loved it and asked for a second cup. Her tea was accompanied by a Scottish shortbread biscuit. BTW, espresso cups are perfect for little tea drinkers.
|Enjoying her 'oh so white with none'|
Our kitchen bar is decorated with more than just lobsters...This pitcher was a Christmas gift from mom. This past week I filled it with these sunny cheerful daffodils. Does it seem weird to have daffos in January? Well, when I saw them at the shop I thought so, but I couldn't help but bring them home!
So life's not all flowers and lobsters... I find that I always need pens and paper in the kitchen for writing notes or lists or random thoughts that enter my brain. I repurposed a creamer and toast rack to house my favorite pens and paper. The lunch note cards go in MC's packed lunches from time to time. I can't wait to do this for Bea when she heads off to school!
You do not like them.
So you say.
Try them! Try them!
And you may.
Try them and you may I say.