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Tripp loves baking with his momma!
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He is so adorable. I think it’s great that you bake with him.
Very cute. It’s important to allow children to experiment in the kitchen. Once they’re off to college, they’ll be confident enough in their apartment kitchen to cook something decent and nourish themselves with more than Ramen noodles and peanut butter. Soon you should teach him to do laundry so he’s not wearing white-turned-pink t-shirts in college, as well!
Very true. I started chores at 8 and could make myself simple meals and do my laundry. NO teenager should rely on anyone to do basic things because they don’t know how. Not saying they should ALWAYS do that stuff, because teens ned to be young, but way too many people let their kids shirk responsibility. I’d be proud of Bristol and her siblings, all of whom WANTED to earn their own money when they could.
Sweet Mama, sweet kid. Good to know Tripp’s a help in the kitchen, Bristol. He’s got the most amazing blue eyes. Gorgeous little boy.
Tripp has grown so much !! He looks sweeter then the things you and he are baking ! That smile will get him far in what ever he does through life. God Bless you both.
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