Sweet Stuff: Personalized Aprons

Sweet Stuff: Personalized Aprons

Are you bored of hearing me and Laura yammering on about getting kids involved in the kitchen. No? Here’s the re-cap: We think getting kids involved in food is essential for keeping pickiness in check (let’s not get so bold as to imagine we can wipe it out!), teaching important life skills and sharing your values around great, healthy food. I was pleased to see that Esme’s teacher recommended it on her report card as a way to encourage math skills. Plus, with a long winter headed our way it’s a great indoor activity for those cold Sundays that feel as long as Russian novels. But if your mini sous chef needs just a bit more encouragement why not get her her very own apron? We love these beauties from Pottery Barn Kids ($24.11). I can’t decide if I like the owl or the tutu version better. And for an extra $8.88 you can have it monogrammed. I might just need to put a couple of these under the tree this year…. 

 

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