- Feb 16, 2015
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Have someone call your phone unless it's turned off.
Nice comment.You're teaching your boys to craft and clean the house like Martha Stewart, and you think they won't be stuffed in lockers and have the tar beat out of them... You should probably make them wear Bow Ties also, so the beating is over sooner.
What precious memories for your son to carry through life!I made aloo gobi (another Indian dish, this one made with potatoes and cauliflower; I also added peas and garbanzos). It was good but not even close to that tikka masala I made last night. Tomorrow should be easier, it's Mexican night (nachos edition!) and that's harder to screw up because I have way more experience making it. Kind of a nice break from two relatively challenging recipes in a row, honestly.
After dinner my son and I started routing the slab flat for the coffee table. It was fun but very messy and somewhat tedious. We didn't get that far, maybe 1/5 of the way; it's a seven foot long slab of red maple.
In good time, in good time.Pics of the red maple please!
Thanks, yeah I hope so too. I try to let him do as much as I think he can safely handle, making sure he understands where something could go if it slips, how to remain alert, etc. In my garage he does a lot of sanding, filing, planing, clamping and (manual) screwdriving on his own even without my supervision, and with supervision he's learning to hammer nails. He's not yet 5 so it's bit by bit right now. He's great at fetching and returning tools though!What precious memories for your son to carry through life!