Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Baking Day

I had the privilege of spending the day with my granddaughter Kai,on Saturday. We did what we so often do,we baked cookies.
Kai made the decision on which cookie cutters to use,


She is becoming very creative in the decorating. I enjoy watching what she will come up with.


Here is a look at her tools,or should I say icings.


Here she proudly displays a cookie with a B on it for a special friend.

I hope you enjoyed watching our fun. Now if only I could pour you a cup of coffee or tea and serve some of these sweet treats.



32 comments:

Val said...

So sweet, what special memories of gramma she will have!! You are so Blessed.

Nancy said...

I'd love to sit with the two of you and have tea and cookies....Ruth, she is beautiful and I know you enjoy every moment you spend with her....

Cloudia said...

Thank You!!!!!

ALOHA from Honolulu
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Marsha said...

What a wonderful grandma/grandaughter time together!

happyone said...

How nice you two got to bake cookies together. The look yummy!!

Anita Johnson said...

Her sweet face is all, how fun!

Karin said...

Great job she's doing on those cookies! What a sweet, pretty girl! Would love to have a sit down and enjoy the company and the cookies!

warriormom said...

Looks delicious! Nothing better than that Gramma-Granddaughter bond.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Oh, those big blue eyes and those freckles! She is divine, and I am sure much sweeter then these cookies. Which by the way she has decorated really pretty!!!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, how very very cute! and sweet! would go GREAT with coffee, darn it! :)

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Ahhhhh---such a great post!!!! Since I love cookies and since I love you and Kai, this post is very special to me..... Tell Kai that she is very talented with her cookie decorating...

Hugs,
Betsy

Dorothy said...

You're making me hungry for a cookie! Kai is getting really good
with her baking ideas! It's great that you let her do this.

Diane said...

Hearts are always a great choice. Those cookies look so delicious and Kai is just a beautiful little girl. It would be so wonderful to sit and enjoy some cookies and coffee with you - and Kai, too. Diane

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

Oh, what fun, Ruth! I love it when you and Kai bake. She has a creative young mind. The "life preserver" cookie is adorable.

George said...

I'll bet the cookies tasted as good as they looked. I would like some tea with these goodies, please.

Cicero Sings said...

That tray of little hearts reminds me of the jam-jams I used to make. Have been thinking of making them again ... just haven't gotten around to it. Maybe this will inspire me.

Your granddaughter is a cutie pie

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Your sweet little granddaughter has the prettiest blue eyes! She did a fantastic job decorating. They look yummy and I wish I had one!

Elaine said...

What a special day you had! The cookies look wonderful, and it would be a treat to share them with you. They can't compare though to Kai's sweet smile!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Sheer joy is what I see expressed in these photos. Kai is very talented and such a sweetie pie.

Thank you ~ FlowerLady

Lois Evensen said...

I'll bed your home smelled wonderful. What great memories you both have of baking together. I remember baking with my Mom and have done it often with my kids (THAT was years ago) and now with my grand kids. Family memories are priceless.

Sandra said...

she has creative ability, and might become and artist or a chef, she is so cute

Montanagirl said...

The cookies look great-what a fun day for you and Kai. Her smile tells it all. Oh, and LOVE your November Header!!

Debbie said...

kai....sweeter then those cookies but they do look so yummy!!

Gail Dixon said...

Oh, I could use another cup of coffee right now! Kai is so sweet. The cookie she decorated made me think of breast cancer awareness. She certainly has a creative eye like her grandmother!

EG CameraGirl said...

I think Kai is very special to have you in her life, Ruth. I bet those cookies tasted GREAT.

Janice K said...

Please tell your granddaughter that her cookies look so pretty--definitely "good enough to eat."

Unknown said...

Ruth, Mmmm, cookies!

Debby Ray said...

A sweet grand-daughter who is going to remember these special times with her grandma :)

John's Island said...

Hi Ruth, Two sweets in this post: cookies and grand daughter. Very nice! John

Kim@stuffcould.... said...

Looks so yummy and fun and such a cute granddaughter

Neal said...

That is so sweet. I'll bet you really enjoy spoiling her. :)

Pallavi said...

Aww.. That is so nice :) glad you had a good bonding time with the little one Ruth.