I can't wait to introduce trains to my daughter. Its funny, I think that it was either Steve or Pete-zza stated that there was a woman who made a cross on her dough, for could be many reasons....and it had me thinking when my daughter helps me cook. By the way, she loves it and I think all kids should bond with their family that way. But anyway, after the dough comes out of the workbowl, she cuddles the dough ball and gives it a lil kiss to ensure that it will rise. I think that its the cutest thing, and makes me happy that she respects the food. Adam
My daughter is 16 months; a little young to be cooking, but she sure loves to watch papa cook, esp. when I'm chopping veggies and she wants to be picked up.
I make a point of showing her as much cooking as I can (she's afraid of the tools in the woodshop) so I can have a little helper one of these days.
And she's fascinated with the brick oven. Hopefully, soon (maybe Friday, in fact) I'll give her a little dough ball to play with.
Mama will LOVE removing 64% hyrdation dough from her hair!