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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Duggar Boys in the Kitchen

It takes a lot of patience to teach kids how to cook, especially little boys. In the following video, Michelle Duggar shares how she keeps her sons in line in the kitchen.

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Elena said...

Nice to see the brothers helping out. Their wives will be very lucky, extra help in the kitchen is always so helpful. Some dangerous moments there but im sure Michelle has it all under control. Boys are boys, I know..Thanks for sharing again, its always fun to see their lives. Thank you

tashapork said...

I love to see parents doing things with their kids. I do hope Michelle gets a chance to watch this video because that roughhousing over the stove can be dangerous.

Anonymous said...

I love it how one of the boys said "Yep, that's true. Amen".
Lol

Olivia M said...

great that she is teaching them! boys are usually great cooks! looks like they were having fun when they were roughhousing over the stove! They looks like good buddys!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad that they are not only teaching the girls to cook, but the boys, too. Does anyone have an idea of what they were making? I'm just curious :)

Anonymous said...

To Anonymous April 19, 2013 @ 4:00 PM:
I think they are making the Cinncinati Chili from the other episode.

Tess said...

Justin and James are so sweet

Anonymous said...

I am glad that the boys are learning how to cook as well.

gm said...

It is great to include kids in cooking/food prep activities. However, I was very nervous seeing kids so close to the fire on the stove, and play-fighting next to some hot, steaming pots. That can be very dangerous.

Anonymous said...

Michelle, as a Mother, should bear the responsibility as the chief cook and bottle washer in the family. Whenever Michelle decided cooking for her family was too much for her, that is when Michelle should have put up the stop sign for more children. Children belong to parents, not "older ones."

stahlfamilymississippi said...

I have seen Mrs. Duggar working alongside her kids. She didn't just dump the responsibilities on them. And, really, we don't have to get in a huff, just cause she calls the kids "little ones", and, "older ones". I think we need not be so judgmental. And they make sure EACH child gets one-on-one time. The kids are not raising the kids. If they were, I think we would see it in the outcome of the kids. They all seem to know Mom and Dad in their own individual way,and love and respect them in their own individual way. It is so precious seeing Mrs. Duggar involve her kids in different things. Each child has a different talent or certain thing they enjoy doing. And in a family their size, there are so many more opportunities to help.

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