Tuesday, July 11, 2006

kitchen help

My world can sometimes be chaotic between cakes for people, teaching classes and raising a daughter all the while maintaining a happy home. With 6 teeth coming in, shots last Friday and a new found sense of self, my little angel baby is a challenge but yet there are (and I'm sure always will be) shining moments in each day. Whether she's helping in the kitchen or we're playing a game of hide and seek, she always wants to be like mommy. Sort of odd for me because I've never had someone trying to be like me before but it's cute in that, you're my little girl way. She's getting good at hide and seek though. She knows where I hide most of the time and it's so cute to peek out and see her trying to pick up the covers off our bed thinking I'm sure that I'm under the covers yet again or checking the kitchen because well mommy's always in the kitchen. But she knows and she remembers where to find me. I could jump to a transition here about something more personal but I'm stopping because I don't want to say something I'll regret. Opening up on a blog about the stuff inside me doesn't really interest me. I'm more of a face-to-face communicator. So this site will be about the cuteness of my girl and cakes whether I start adding some how to pictures or what...I don't know. Guess I'll have to keep the evolution of this blog free to become whatever it is born to do.


SUSAN said...

She is so adorable. I am sure she will continue to help you in the kitchen for years to come. I wanted to encourage you if you hadn't held back on one thing yet this week that Pastor encouraged us to do, you did in your blog by not saying something you would regret. Bravo! I have had several opportunites to do that as well. Your cakes are wonderful, I look at your blog often and I am blessed by what you share. God Bless and see you soon

AmyJo said...

Jessica, your daughter IS just like you! Inside and out. It's eerie to think about how similar our children can be to ourselves, but at least we can figure out what to expect from them next.

Joni said...

You are such a good Momma!