‘Things Go Unnoticed Until We Slow Down Enough To See Them.’

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This little lady at just turned two has lots of lovely toys but her absolute favourite has to be her play kitchen.  We got it from Ikea probably around six months ago, and she has always shown an interest in it but as she has got older and more aware it has definitely taken centre stage.

With that in mind we bought her some more play food for it for her Christmas and birthday, and it is now one of her favourite things to do.

I love playing with it with her, she really gets into it, and flips the food in the frying pan, makes me sandwiches (albeit with egg, kiwi fruit, banana and sausage) and gets me endless cups of tea.

 It is lovely to see her beginning to get immersed into a world of make believe and role playing.

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For Christmas Great Grandma got her this little apron and she always puts it on when she is ‘cooking.’

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Flipping the egg.  It’s how all the top chefs do it don’t you know?

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She never ceases to amaze me every day about how grown up she is now and I love watching her grow and learn.

 

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