Friday, September 12, 2008

Chip Off the Old Block



This is my youngest daughter's first tablescape. She even has flowers on the table!! How cute is that!! The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

27 comments:

JWilson said...

Thats so sweet and cute. I love setting tables I just wish I had more money to buy more china to use. :)

Lori said...

Oh, how sweet! I have to say, I'm jealous. My daughter's tablescape would include dinosaurs and Lego men.

Lauren said...

That makes me giggle.

Linda S said...

Ohhh, I think I'm hungry! Very nice!

Jennifer said...

That's beautiful! She did a great job! I love the yellow s&p shakers.

Shannon said...

Very cute! I like that she added the flowers... nice touch!

Debbie said...

Very sweet. That says she watches you closely.

Thanks for stopping by my site.

Z's Mom said...

Hmmmmm....someone has been paying attention to their mommy!!!! ;)

Lindsay said...

You taught her well....nice job! :)

PhatMom said...

Awww! Thank you for your support and comment love today!

Jen said...

that is so stinkin cute. you guys may have to go into business together.

The Rule Maker said...

Oh, I love to entertain. Looks like she has paid attention!

Rhonda said...

Awww! Don't you jus love when the pick up the good things you do and not just the bad? lol

BoufMom9 said...

Wow! What a sweet setting! She did fantastic!

bestfamily said...

Heehee. Maybe she will be the next Sandra Lee?

Rhea said...

Awww, she did a great job! Looks nice.

Frizzy and Bird said...

Too cute! She did a great job. BTW, I finally got your blog added to my roll. Not sure why it took me so long. I love your blog!

Jill Scott said...

Very sweet. Doesn't your heart swell with pride?

This Mom said...

I love that she wants to be just like Mommy. My older daughter is really the opposite of me. I love that though it can be a challenge.

Lee said...

Very cute. Thanks for checking out my tackle this week and thanks for the apple pie recipe. It looks great.

Teri said...

I've been trying to teach my teenage kids to properly set a table for years. I should seriously take a picture of their half-attempts before dinner one night.

Tracy P. said...

That is very sweet. My little girl is not a table setter, but boy does she love to arrange things--most especially her stuffed animals.

Thanks for stopping by The Journey for my SITS day. I've never been to Kansas--what should I do there if I go??

Frizzy and Bird said...

Need more info on what you meant when you said A Susie's Homemade Brand. Give me more!!!

EmmaP said...

cute! at least the "block" isn't a "blockhead"! you done good, ma!

Emily said...

Soooooooooo Sandra Lee.

Jennifer P. said...

so very retro-chic! Looks like it belongs in Better HOmes and Gardens circa 1959 :)!

HDMac said...

That is so sweet! :)


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