A ‘window’ was added by placing a photo behind a piece of clear perspex with a frame around it and attaching it to the wall. Grandma made curtains and matching tea towels. The stove top is a piece of timber with four coasters glued on it to act as hotplates the four knobs were added down the side of the stove top that all turn so Milla can ‘really’ cook. Then with a printed out keypad added for the buttons on the microwave and a few hanging cooking utensils the amazing transformation was complete!!
Grandpa even added little baskets to the inside of the fridge door so it looked just like a real fridge.
Milla LOVE, LOVE, LOVES her fabulous kitchen!!! We went through our real kitchen cupboards and found all kinds of boxes and bottles to put in her fridge, freezer and cupboards and we have baked non stop since the new kitchen was ‘installed’!
15 Lessons About Care That We Can Learn From Children
1. Care within a family is contagious and starts young.
Even the littlest ones know what a family is made of.
2. As children grow, they learn that helping each other out makes life a lot more fun.
“Can you give me a hand?”
3. They learn to be patient, knowing that no one likes to be left behind.
Because every adventure is better with friends!
4. They prove that sharing is caring.
Because half a milkshake is better than none.
5. And that care can be expressed without words.
Sometimes you’d rather just hug it out.
6. Children remind us that showing up in the audience can mean the world to someone.
If you care enough, you might even get an onstage shout-out.
7. And that there’s no such thing as being too grateful.
Looks like someone got something special.
8. Young siblings show care by emulating each other.
Because imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
9. Young athletes show care by thanking their competitors.
Imagine if they did that on Wall Street.
10. For a child, saying “thank you” isn’t complicated.
In adulthood, a simple thank-you note can go a long way.
11. Neither is giving a gift.
Nothing says you care like a well-crafted coupon book.
12. Children remind us that showing care doesn’t have to cost a lot.
This could last for hours.
13. They know that care takes commitment.
But it’s totally worth it.
14. And that technology makes it easier for us to care for each other, not harder.
Why do you think there are so many different heart emojis?
15. Most importantly, they know you care for others, they’ll care for you back.
“If you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours.”
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