Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Mini Mini Little Little

Love it,
How cute is this??

These are mini salt and pepper shakers and a mini ketchup! These would be ideal for playtime with little girls and their dolls....ahhh, but I have no skirt twirling, doll hugging, sweet voiced little girls.

However, my boys were just as pleased with this discovery on their very own "kids" table. Their table sits in our dining room right next to the big table. We have had this kid's table since all three boys were little. It is the table where they eat most their meals. They think its "very cool" to have their own! And this new addition to the center of the table is TOO CUTE!

Alright, now I'm ready for the lectures about keeping a salt shaker at my boys' table...

Does anyone else have a separate table that your kids eat some of their meals at? Does it make them feel like kings and queens in a castle? I'd love to hear...

6 comments:

portatoredichrist said...

Who needs little girls and their dolls when you have Titus singing about his new "little salt and little pepper and even his little ketchup too"? :)

Dorey said...

My boys always end up eating at our kitchen island, it's so handy but your little table and chairs are way cuter. Where did you find the little salt shakers and ketchup? so cute. =)

Don't worry, We only make boys around here too. I catch myself day dreaming about little girl tea parties, tutus and pink nurseries. Why do little girls things have to be so cute? Oh well, boys are fun too. =)

chili pepper said...

We used to have a little table in the kitchen and I would let the little ones sit there for breakfast or lunch at times. Dinner is always everyone together. They loved it. Unfortunately we have no room for it now. Our expanding family meant we had to expand the table and that meant no room for the little table.

I just ooh and ahh over cute little things, too. We had a ketchup like that from a hotel for a long while. The kids loved it so much they kept refilling it eventhough it only was enough for like one person:) Eventually it ended up in the play kitchen in their play room.

Thanks for your super sweet words. The cheerful words of bloggers, like you, often brighten my day!

Kristin said...

What an adorable table. I loved sitting at the kids table at holidays. Didn't think I'd still be there at 30. Ah ha

Miller Racing Family said...

We don't have a separate table, but I think it is a cute idea. I do think the kids would feel very big with something of their own. Your table for the kids is super cute, I love that the chairs are all different colors.
I hope you have a great weekend.

Abby Killam said...

we always sat at a separate table as kids... but it was a plastic picnic table so that my mom could take it outside and hose it off hahaha!!