Great job, though he might’ve made blackcurrant squash in an old wine bottle for added authenticity; my kids used to Some grandmas knit real grandmas listen to alice cooper shirt love that! This is awesome, my mum used to do something similar when I was a kid, I and my sisters used to think we were all grown-ups aha, it also teaches them great table manners . That’s every kid’s dream. Amazing humor and nice to see a dad role play and dote on his kids like this whilst teaching them some incredible manners too. It’s a shame it’s so rare to see these days but adorable to see. Beautiful. But he poured from the left. Always pour the fine milk from the right side. And make sure to let him smell the cap beforehand. Our kids did it back to us once after we’d served them a special meal like this, the previous evening. They put all the pot plants on the table and had candles for mood lighting. We subtly removed the fire hazards! It’s also a good opportunity to practice table manners and courtesy…bravo to the parents for setting this up, and to the dad for his touch of professional service (all dressed up some more!) and humor! Love his use of words like ‘fine milk’ to replace ‘fine vintage wine that’s so cute and lovely, not to nitpick but I think waiters pour from the right? But that’s just being a fussy beautiful family and idea. Used to do this with my children years ago.
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Children should learn proper table etiquette and societal norms for public dining. When we were kids, we did the exact reverse for our parents. Made menus, dinners, and served them in our “restaurant” for fun. All three of us became chefs. Dad has the waiter thing down! I wonder if the kids have any idea how lucky they are to have a Dad like him?