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Old 02-09-2013, 12:12 AM   #11
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Welcome to DC :)
I'm sure you will get many cooking ideas here.
I used to let my kids play with the contents of my tupperware cupboard while I was cooking. It kept them busy for hours lol!
They're 10 and 5 now so it's not a problem anymore. The only time they come into the kitchen is when they smell food!
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:48 AM   #12
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A big welcome to you Mouse

Lovely photos, thanks for sharing
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:46 PM   #13
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Well thank you both for the kind words! My daughter is young, about four months old. But she is very advanced for her age. I will try the Tupperware trick!
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Well thank you both for the kind words! My daughter is young, about four months old. But she is very advanced for her age. I will try the Tupperware trick!
Another winner for me was letting my kids play with jello or soft cooked spaghetti. Messy but it works

Hope the tupperware trick works for you too! Both my kids played with the tupperware from a very young age, about the same age as your daughter

The jello and spaghetti we started when they could sit well and eat solids. Then we moved onto pots and a wooden spoon ( I don't advise this, it's very noisy! )

Good luck!
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