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Monday, October 19, 2009

Scrambled Egg

My daughter Rylie is very very interested in learning the household chores especially in the kitchen. My kids both love eggs, so one time I showed my daughter how to make a scrambled egg and then next thing I know, she wants to do it everyday!
She know's how to make it now, although I have to prepare the stove for her.

Here's her very first creation! A cheesy scrambled egg. She love cheese so she never forget to put some grated cheese in it.

Sometimes during weekend, she always prepares toasted bread and tea for his Dad. Happy Mellow Yellow Monday everyone!

32 comments:

  1. Wee! kainan na! jejejejejeje... Hmmm I never knew na pwede pala may cheese... masubukan nga... Thanks for the tip! jejejejejejeje

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  2. Napaka cute naman ng cook na ito. Ang ganda pa ng pose habang nagluluto. You are indeed an excellent mom who knows how to train your daughter well. Speaks also of your mother who trained you to be a loving wife and an excellent mother. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

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  3. wow, cute naman ng cook. Yes kids like eggs with cheese.

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  4. naku...what's with egg ba? kasi baby ko rin hilig sa egg...when you ask her what she likes to eat, 'egg na lang'...haha! =)

    voted for you daughter again...i'll keep on voting as long as i can =)

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  5. hi rose!☺

    this is bambie from I am a princess.. i just want to thank you for stopping by my blog.

    also, i voted for your daughter na. actually, i voted for her na before pa cause i saw it in one of the blogs i visited weeks ago.☺ you have a beautiful daughter.☺

    can we vote for her numerous times?

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  6. ang galing ni rylie. sarap naman yan sa toasted bread with coffee, that's my husband favourite too..

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  7. Plate of scrambled eggs,
    seasoned with love for Daddy—
    no tastier meal!

    My Mellow Yellow

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  8. Hi, I've voted for Rylie's gorgeous smile. Wish her win the contest...
    Thanks for your nice attention;
    my hubby is much much better now.

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  9. done voting! she has such a very adorable smile..good luck baby girl!

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  10. That is soooo cute! Now, did you put that yellow shirt on her just for mellow yellow :-)

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  11. Hi Quilt works, I actually took that photo before I even join MYM hehehe...

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  12. Wow yummy scrambled eggs, great to have her cooking so young!

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  13. Oh she is cute in there cooking. Happy MYM!

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  14. A child is never to young to learn and you are right to never pass up the chance to teach them something new.

    My husband is a retired sailor and he also married a Filipino. We just returned from visiting with his children and grandchildren in California. You have a lovely family.

    Just a suggestion! If your husband will speak to the children only in english and you only speak to them in Tagalog you will raise children that are bilingual without much effort and it will help to keep them in touch with both halves of their heritage. Hubby did not insist that his children learn Tagalog and now they are in their thirties and trying to learn it. Not easy as an adult. But, their children are doing great but having to go to school to learn instead of at home as it should have been.

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  15. Waaa...sis, ang galing ng dalagita mo heheh! Kulang nalang smile sa pagluluto hehehe...perfect na! Vote ko na din si cutie... Kindly check out my entry here.

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  16. Precious little yellow chef and some really yummy looking eggs. Wish I could join her :-P
    Happy MY Blessings!

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  17. She looks like she will be quite the little cook one day. I like my scrambled eggs cheesy also.

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  18. She's adorable and I love the mellow egg photos too ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  19. hmmm naku sana ganyan c munchkin ko kaso may pagka maldita pag may tinanung ka sa kanya naku sagot agad i don't know anu ba yan pasaway

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  20. My little daughter can make a few things for herself to eat too at age 6. Girls grow up fast. Happy MYM.

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  21. How sweet of Rylie talaga!!She's a very good daughter--she's really looking up to you sa mga gawain mo kaya ganun na lang ang gusto nyang tumulong sa mga household chores.She's like my Wakaba!!^_^

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  22. So cute & helpful with it. Very good MYM!
    Thanks for your visit.

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  23. Ang cutie nman ng dalagita mo bakla knows how to cook wow, tinalo pa ako hehehe.

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  24. That sounds like a tasty treat, scrambled eggs with cheese. My son loves cheese, too. I'll try to do this one of these days. Thanks for sharing!

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  25. omgosh....as in...galing naman ni rye.....very responsible....isipin mo naman na 4 years old palang e marunong na mag cook....ehhehe...so proud of her...galing mo mag inspire sis....great job rye!

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  26. hehehe she's your little helper

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  27. uy future chef!

    salamat sa dalaw

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  28. Hi rylie pd makikain si tita hehehe girl I mistakenly put the url in mellow yellow heres the correct one http://www.mjoannafaith.com/2009/10/mellow-yellow-monday-2-floater.html thanks

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  29. Ang sweet naman...o meron ka ng future chef Mommy!:D

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  30. It's great to see little ones "help."

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  31. Great shots and what a perfect time to let her learn to cook - I've always believed anything we teach them when they are young are the things that will stick with them, if we wait until the age the need to know it's too late!

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