The fruit in my yard

In my yard we have a lot of fruit.

Sour cherries...

Guayabas, bananas, mangos, avocado, pineapple, grapefruit and oranges.

The Fripits likes to "cook" with our fruit, it makes a great afternoon snack.
Slicing bananas with a butter knife is about as much fun as a three year old can possible have, in her opinion.


Anytime you're in the neighboorhood, feel free to drop by her "bistro." The food is delicous.





7 comments:

Tom & Kandice Keegan said...

How fun! I'm really wishing it was summer here too! Your pictures look great! I checked out your flikr. I would love to learn about photo editing & such, but I have to get a nice camera first, which has been on my wish list for quite some time :) That's so funny about Elena & her stuffed animals!

The Chambers Family said...

That's so cute! My kids love to cut up fruits and veggies with butter knives. They even go after the carrotts with all of their might!

Betty said...

I guess these are the first steps to becoming a good cook! She looks so cute and I can tell she´s having fun.

Kathy said...

I've already added "Fripits' Bistro" to my list of "Things To Do" when next in Asuncion! BTW, did you ever tell us how she got that nickname???

Pam said...

You're killing me Jackie with these photos of your girls!! I'm missing out on so much fun!! And they aren't even going to know me!

In reality, I'm very thrilled with each photo you post. I check for a new one each day and it makes my day, or night, as the case may be - it's now quarter to 2 a.m. -

Tereza said...

my 3 year old is called "little chef" because of this:) Maybe little chef and the Fripits can be best friends!

Julie said...

I think those sour cherries are called "acerola" cherries. They are full of vitamin C!