Monday, February 27, 2012

Good Cooks Make Good Men

I have 3 sisters. I admire my parents' way of raising us. They taught us how to be strong and independent. How to be confident and brave. How to be Thankful and loving.

And since I didn't have a brother until Ward showed up I actually can say that I don't know how to raise a boy. How to make a man out of him. A real Man, A Gentle man.

I'm thankful I am married to the best guy in the world. To the world he's not perfect, but he's perfect enough for me. He has his faults but they vanish in front of his beautiful personality.

He knows how to take care of the girls in his life. He knows how to bathe the girls, brush their teeth and comb their hair.

He loves cuddling with them and he knows how to put them to nap and sleep.

He knows how to clean the kitchen and around the house when I need him to.
He knows how to sing to us and how to make us laugh.
And most importantly he knows how to cook :)


He is a perfectionist and he takes his time to fix a meal and the wait is always worth it.

He loves to prepare a whole meal from scratch. He enjoys shopping for the right pots and pans to excel in the kitchen. He searches online to learn more about cooking.

He leaves the kitchen a mess every single time but who cares? When it comes to cleaning I'm the fastest.

What brought the idea of this post was the Best pumpkin pie I have ever had made by my brother in law who's become our neighbor.

I always knew that he's a neat freak but I didn't know that he's a good cook!

So my conclusion is that my mother in law did a great job bringing up two gentlemen in this funny world. I give this to her and her great cooking as well.

She makes one of the best original cheesecakes!
If you have a son, teach him how to love, especially the girls in his life ;)