|Aaron cutting the omelet for our Kim-Bob that Su Hyun was helping us make.|
Meanwhile today Mara volunteered to make lunch. Yesterday the boys got the supper ready. My kids are pretty competent in the kitchen. If I am not able to cook or don't feel like it then they can. Often times they will make stuff in the kitchen just because they want to. We also often work together in the kitchen. Things go much faster when I have helpers.
|Jonathan working to make his Kim-Bob.|
|Aaron helping Pei -Lin. We have been blessed over the years to have international students|
that have showed us how to cook food from other cultures.
I had such fun looking through all these old pictures that I decided I would share a bunch with you. You probably won't find them quite as much fun since they aren't your kids but I am hoping that they might be an encouragement to young mother's out there.
|Pei - Lin was teaching us to make these fancy Japanese things with sticky rice, tuna and sea weed.|
|Megan putting sugar on top of the muffins.|
|I love these of Megan making rolls. We were making a bunch for a Holiday.|
|Jonathan helped too.|
|All of the kids were actually called to action for this roll making day.|
|Aaron helping my dad make Kim-chee.|
|Canning beans. I am still so thank-ful to have these helpers when canning season comes.|
|Jonathan cutting apples for applesauce.|
You will be amazed at what even very little kids can do to help in the kitchen. Help them wash their hands, give them a chair to stand on (or move somewhere lower) and let them get to work.