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I think 7 is the optimal time to start cooking in the kitchen. 4-7 you can help grab stuff, sort ingredients, etc. #8isenough
But I am curious: how many of you banned your kids from the kitchen? And what's the earliest you will let them help cook? #8isenough
I'm not saying your kid will be a gourmet chef. But there are some basic foods they should be able to cook! #8isenough
I don't understand a kid who doesn't know their way around the kitchen. So fast food is going to be your MO when grown? #8isenough
It's so funny being in the kitchen cooking and my nieces want to help. My parents made sure all of us could cook, bake by 10. #8isenough
Yea, I blocked two fools already. You cuss me out for asking a question, I don't need you following me.
some dude cussed me out saying do your research. Uh, that's why you ask the question just in case others know. He's blocked.
And the condition is called Neurofibromatosis. I looked it up. Thanks to the folks who sent it to me.
I don't assume to know everything. Thanks to the folks who provided the condition. The rest of y'all need some help.
Folks on social media see something sinister in everything. His dad went to hug him & he pulled away. It's called an observation
Why are folks acting like I'm dogging the Gilbert kid? I just noticed the hug. Now I know about his condition. Folks, stop trippin.
The Cavaliers contingent should all wear ascots and not bow ties to next year's lottery show. Call me, Dan! LOL
A lot of y'all say Gilbert's son has neurofibromatosis. Gotcha. Not dogging the kid. Just thought the hug was weird.
Is something wrong with Dan Gilbert's kid? That was the weirdest hug he gave his father. He looks to be afraid of affection