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January 31, 2011

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Pat Matejcek

It is so much fun teaching your kids how to cook, bake and stitch. I want to know where you live that Sophie has on a tank top. I am so jealous. I have no idea where the snow is going to go this time around. We are expecting more tonight. Sophie is so cute as is all your girls.

joann tx

mother's pot roast (sunday)was monday's stew!

how cool that sophie loves to chop celery! what a great helper come thanksgiving for the stuffing! :)

Lee

Three words:

World.
Cutest.
Dimples.

You're raising some wonderful young women, Paulette.

Margaret

Oh I love it! It's so great -- and you're passing from mother to daughter to daughter. I bet the pot roast was yummy too! Sophie, want to teach me how to make pot roast? lol! I never learned. :D

Kristen from MA

Celery bonsai? ;)

Lynn

I think it's great that Sophie is so eager to learn. My boys all participated in cooking with me and I'm happy to say that they all manage cooking quite well now they're on their own. I wanted to make sure they didn't live off of Kraft dinner like so many of their friends! Pot roast was always a favourite at our place and Sophie's sure looks yummy.

Wendy

Can I introduce Miss Sophie to my now 11 year old nephew? *sigh* So adorable!

Peggy Lee

Love Sophie's celery tiara!
I could use a helper like her in my kitchen.

karren hubrich

Your Sophie is the CUTEST girl! How wonderful that she wants to cook by your side...there are few greater gifts to give to your daughters. she will treasure her knowledge and her memories all of her life. thank you for your commint on my blog. I still shudder at raising the ISO too much. After you do so, do you edit for grain in one of the programs?

Cathryn

Awwwwwwww the pictures of Sophie are so precious! Don't you just love those days of making memories. Great post Paulette. :) Cathryn

Linda Klinedinst

Hey Sophie...you did great...you are so funny Sophie...I love your new Halo...Hahaha!....LOL...

Hey Sophie tell your family that you now have a new Halo...LOL...

Mike - Happy Birthday to you and I want to thank you personally for everything that you do for your Police Department. I hope you have many more Birthdays.

Stay Well and Safe and Warm

Take care & Happy Stitching/Designing
Hugs :) from Blizzard Northern Indiana
Linda K, Railroad

Terri England

Awesome cooking Sophie. Did you want to come cook for me???
Happy Birthday Mike

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