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With no older sisters, we don’t do the too-big hats so much. Occasionally she puts on one of daddy’s. Instead, she manages to find the too-small ones she’s outgrown that I haven’t yet stored away. It’s almost as funny. That and putting the colanders on her head.
Ah! She hasn’t found colanders yet. I took a photo of her in a sunhat she had carefully arranged on her head on this morning. I’ll post it on my blog later. I think Bella and Cherub would get on very well together!
Well we keep the colanders and mixing bowls on the lower shelves of the open baker’s rack, so it would be hard for her to miss them. Every night I have to pick up all the bowls from the floor and collect them from the far reaches of the house and if I want to actually use one for cooking, I have to rinse it out.
But I think it was her father who actually taught her how to put it on her head.
Little Cherub does not do gloves, but hats! Absolutely! Unfortunately her favourite is a pink checked baker-boy hat belonging to her eldest sister. Big sister doesn’t mind, but it is far too large and keeps falling over her eyes so she can’t see .