Wordless Wednesday: Little Helpers

This week we asked: What do little helpers look like?

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Moira helps with a collaborative art piece at a local summer festival.

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

Andrew loves to help bake and cook in the kitchen!

Kym blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.

Darwin helps Mama in the kitchen.

Margaux blogs at Young Nesters.

From Charise: “My 26 month old son is such a big help with his little sister. They adore each other, and that makes this mama so happy!”

Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.

Bear loves to help Mommy in the kitchen. His favorite activity is to lick the beater!

Laura blog at WaldenMommy: Life Behind the Red Front Door.

My Garden Helper

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Wearing his mom’s apron, Burkley helps make dinner for his family.

Adrienne blogs at Mommying My Way.

From Amy: “Abbey helping me shovel snow our first winter in Maine (Winter, 2010) – Taking shelter in the back of the car!”

“Joseph (15 months) helping me unload the dishwasher. So happy to help with chores! Love it!”

Amy blogs at Amy Willa: Me, Mothering, and Making it All Work.

Audrey helping mama in the kitchen.

Angela blogs at Earth Mamas World.

Tell us: What do little helpers look like in your family?

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4 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Little Helpers

  1. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    There is nothing sweeter than a little helper! (As I type this, my toddler just went and grabbed a cloth and wiped his baby sister’s mouth… love!)

  2. Margaux

    Great photos! So happy to see so many helpers love helping in the kitchen. Leads to great eating habits and awareness about what’s in their food 🙂

  3. Amy @ Anktangle  

    Great shots! I love seeing our little ones learn and grow, as they desire more and more to be a part of what the bigger people around them are doing. It’s been a lesson for me in finding the fun and beauty in the mundane activities of daily living (laundry, dishes, etc.) as I witness my child’s sheer joy and pride in participating in these chores together with me.

  4. Jenn @ Monkey Butt Junction  

    I love all these little helpers, and so many kitchen helpers too! These little ones are going to grow up knowing that food doesn’t come from a drive-thru window – it comes from the kitchens of our loving homes.