Thursday, August 19, 2010

In The Kitchen

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Baking
Backsplash
Growing
Eating at the table
and under the table

15 comments:

Karli said...

Awww, I love these! LOVE! Your super cutie under the table totally steals the show. That's soooo cute! Love your tiles too - cool! Your plant reminded me I want to start growing herbs in my kitchen in little pots. Now that 2/3 of my kids are in school, I may finally have the time. ;-)

Jessa (bipolararmywife) said...

I'm in love with your backsplash! That is a beautiful color combo! Of course it's a toss up between the kids and the backslash. ;)

Riahli said...

Oh good...so my girl is not the only one to be eating under the table, ha, ha! ;) Cute pictures.

Elaine A. said...

K's favorite place is under the table too these days - ha!

Carrie said...

Your backsplash is beautiful!

melissa said...

we also have glass tiles for a backsplash - check out the colors on my you capture picture!

Bec said...

I LOVE the under the table shot :) And your backsplash is fantastic.

bec@theiheartblog

The Muehli's said...

Your little girl is a doll! And I love your backsplash...beautiful colors!

sitting on the mood swing at the playground said...

The backsplash is beautiful. Love that your little cutie is under the table.

Karen Deborah said...

Gah I love that back splash it would go perfectly in my kitchen! and the baby? well, you already know how we feel about her. Little luvins...smooch.

carlotta said...

adorable photos! what a beautiful backsplash...and under the table - too cute!

Dysfunctional Mom said...

The house looks beautiful! Now I'm hungry.

Tonya said...

your kitchen looks LOVELY. And the eating pictures are really cute.

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

I love the the glass tile backsplash. The little one under the table shot is adorable.

Lisa said...

love the inder the table baby :) and backsplash!

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