Kelly at Kellys Korner is hosting a Kitchen Tour of Homes. I usually don't participate in these but I've had so much fun looking at all the kitchens on this rainy Saturday that I took some pictures and decided to put up a link. If you like to look at homes like I do, take a look it is hours of free naptime fun. You can find it at www.kellyskornerblog.com I've followed her cute blog since her sweet baby Harper was born and had a stay in the NICU.
Here is a shot of our Breakfast area, highchair included. A view from the Breakfast area. We actually have dark stained councrete floors, if you can tell. A shot with some of the toys included and the small table where the girls sometimes eat. A view of the pass through to the TV living room. I love open floor plans. One of my favorite parts of the Kitchen, the appliance cabinet. It hides almost all of our small appliances including our big coffee maker Tadd loves! I like the small beverage fridge that we keep stocked with Diet Dr. Peppers, water bottles and of course juice boxes! If you look closely to the right is our slow cooker, that's right we are actually using it for Dinner. I saw an easy recipe while looking at the Kitchen tours so we are trying it out. I'll let you know if it turns out. To the left of the pass through is the appliance cabinet and to the right is our pantry. Here is where we keep our cookbooks, in the cabinet since they don't get used too much!
I am married to my wonderful husband of almost 10 years, Tadd. We have two beautiful daughters, Ella Faith who is almost 5 and Sophie Sue who is 2. We are also expecting our son, Seth Benjamin sometime in November. I started this blog as a way to keep up with pictures and events in our lives with 2 busy little girls. I work very part-time as a Social worker and enjoy helping people. My husband is an Engineer and also works hard with me at home. One day I hope to turn this blog into some type of scrapbook for my kids. We love God and are involved with our church. Our goal is to raise our family focused on God and all of the hope and joy he brings us even during tough times.