Grace and I have had the flu for the last week. We haven’t done any fun cooking, nor any fun eating.
Grace hasn’t done much eating at all, in fact.
That makes it hard to write about Grace’s kitchen exploits, you know?
Earlier in the week, we received a preview copy of a book I wish I’d had when Grace was tiny. It’s called eebee’s Mix & Mash: Adventures in the Kitchen for Baby & You. It’s a cookbook that contains six recipes, but it’s also a board book. It has pictures of Eebee and his baby friends that will captivate babies, toddlers, and even older kids. It comes with a DVDÃ‚ that shows how to make each of the recipes.
I thought Eebee was too babyish for Gracie, but I was wrong. She loves him. She’s loved him ever since she set yes on him in July (when I brought a simple DVD home from BlogHer). She’s getting a plush Eebee for Christmas.
Don’t tell her!
Anyway, you already know that I preach about letting kids help in the kitchen, and Eebee’s Mix & Mash is all about allowing the tiniest of helpers to make themselves some real food that they can eat and enjoy.
Grace’s Kitchen Friends
Please join in Grace’s Kitchen Friends! To play along, all you have to do is fill out MckLinky below. You can link up any post that talks about kids and food:
- feeding kids
- cooking with kids
- kids’ nutrition
- play with food or play kitchens
- crafts with or about food
- There are a lot of other kids and food things I haven’t listed (like growing food with kids or fun recipes that kids love!), so please don’t feel limited.
I’m easy like that, Dear Reader. The only thing I ask is that you link back here to Grace’s Kitchen Friends in your post. I can’t wait to see what your kids are doing!
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