He’ll help you with that
Tuesday May 01st 2018, 10:32 pm
Filed under: Family,Food

It needed to be snugged up a bit on that velcro but I snapped the picture first: he was holding still and I figured, get’em while you can.

A toolkit for a little boy’s first birthday definitely made his daddy’s day and his. If you’re ever looking for well-designed, engaging, well-made washable fabric toys and books for little ones (the sea creatures is my favorite of the latter), I highly recommend that company’s.

My son-in-law said that the secured board across the fireplace instantly cured the kid of wanting to climb inside and splash in the ashes. Lost all interest. That’s okay, he can make messes in lots of other ways.

Like maybe take a cotton hammer to one of these cupcakes that our daughter made: not terribly sweet and oh so good. And I’m not usually much of a cupcake fan. Raspberries and lemon curd and mascarpone? Yes please. I begged the recipe and made a trip out tonight for the ingredients.

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Oh my goodness, cloth toys!! What a wonderful idea. My brother-in-law is a fisherman, and his granddaughter would just love the fishing set – I’m off to buy one for her!

And, as always, Mathias is a cutie pie!

Comment by Pegi 05.02.18 @ 2:07 am

Agreed: how cute is this little man???

Shall we rename the show to Mathias the builder? 🙂

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 05.02.18 @ 5:31 am

What a wonderful toy recommendation! My grandson’s parents are paramedics, so the medical kit is perfect. I so enjoy your blog for so many reasons.

Comment by Karla 05.02.18 @ 3:25 pm

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