Saturday, June 8, 2013

Sweet Cheeks First Day At The Farmers Market

Several of you have asked to see the girls
Three Sisters Cookie Company's
little blurb on Fox 11's morning news.
Here is a link to it.
Here they are in their aprons all ready to go!

You can take a peek if you want to see it.
It is a couple of minutes long after you
get through the stupid commercial .

I asked SweetCheeks (who usually talks a blue streak)
How come you didn't answer the reporter's question?
SC:  CUZ, Nana, She said what is Maria MAKING?
She wasn't MAKING anything she was DOING SOMETHING!
I didn't want to make her feel bad cuz she didn't know she
was DOING something and not MAKING SOMETHING!
Oh- Well, why didn't you answer her next question?
SC:  CUZ, Nana- I was still thinking about her last question.
Let me tell you-
Once she got "out on the street" she never quit talking
while handing out samples.
Here she is with her first customers.
Her other grandparentss~Gramma & Grampa G.
Here are a few more pictures of them
running their business.
How about another nice picture, Ria?
NICE!!! Every family needs a funny face.

Sweet little sisters!
Wait-What's this?
There is a lack of customers because of the rain,
It was colder than a witch in a well!
Whatcha doing, Sweet Cheeks?
Looking nice so somebuddy will buy some cookies!
(notice how great the gloves fit-snicker-snicker)
Good job, SweetCheeks!
Yes, honey?
Go around the side, Nana, cuz here comes
a REAL customer!
I rank right up there with day old french fries.
your photo name


Laura @ Top This Top That said... rank so much higher!! I see a Debbie Fields like success here!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

The girls are adorable! And that has to be the cutest cookie booth ever! I never thought I'd see SweetCheeks at a loss for words! Hopefully Mother Nature will cooperate a little more next time!

Victoria's Vintage Designs said...

Adorable & gorgeous girls! Enjoyed this ~ the aprons look great!!

Tete said...

Awesome! That kid has an answer for everything! I like how you rank, after all the sewing and movie watching and octopuses on rocks. The girls look good in the their aprons. Who, knows, by the time they get to junior high they have their own chain of cookie shops all over the world.

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

go girls go.. folks buy more from cutie patooties:)

great success begins with 1 step forward and they are already on the path.

Gail said...

Oh that was adorable! I could not believe that Sweet Cheeks was lost for words!! Love their aprons.

Beth said...

Those girls are precious. I was a bit surprised at Sweet Cheeks not talking so much as usual. I hope they do a booming business!!

Anonymous said...

What fun pictures!!!

Anonymous said...

they will be a roaring success I just know it, who could resist those smiles and the cookies!I enjoyed the video,

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...


Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Haha! I love you, but get out of the way, Nana. : ) Too cute! They look adorable in their aprons, Diana.

Musings from Kim K. said...

Absolutely adorable! Love how their both is all decorated and their matching aprons are precious.

Jettie said...

Yes, Nana, get out of the way for a real paying customer, please. said...

Oh what a hoot my hubby laughed as I read this blog of yours. Yes, Nana go to the other side where the customers go.

Oh my.

Love the aprons. Good job.

Sweet cheeks gave you two good and answers .

Yes she was quiet but her sisters made up for her. Then you said. She was non-stop talking afterwards.

Wow that was some interview. I had to laugh. The one sister said my Mom was up at night making the choc sauce. Also the other lady said at the end of tape. Her hubby works across from the girls and he can bring home some cookies. Alright.

Oh these girls are going to be A okay this summer. Take note Nana.

Alot of stories will be told. Ha.ha.

Oh you must be proud.

Beautiful girls.

Patty Patterson said...

That's amazing. Sweet Cheeks at a loss for words. I'm glad it was recorded because odds are that's a once in a life time thing. The girls are so cute and their cookie stand is adorable, too. Thank you for posting!

Katie Clooney said...

Wow Diana! Everything looks so professional. Love their signage! Cookies look great but those 3 girls steal my heart with their sweetness!!!

Anne said...

LOL so cute! If I lived closer I would for sure be a customer.Who could resist those sweet smiles and tasty cookies!My daughter would have froze on camera too!Funny how they have lots to say except when they are put on the spot LOL!

NanaNor's said...

I can see that the girls have a bright and shining future; I'm so impressed-beat the lemonade stands from our era.
Hugs, Noreen

Stephen Andrew said...

So sweet!! Congratulations to them. And I love their name. They'll be on the cover of Forbes by the time they're in their 20s!

Tina C said...

I'll take a plate full, please.
The girls are just adorable.
I have to say that Sweet Cheeks makes sense to me. I understand her logic perfectly. My oldest is still answering questions like that- at 30!
Hoping for better weather next time.
Y'all must be so proud. :)

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Hi Diana,
Everything looks so divine! Wishing them the greatest summer ever! May God's abundant blessings be upon your SWEET granddaughters and family!

Low Tide High Style said...

Aww, that video is so sweet! What a proud Nana you must be!!!


Hope Filled Living said...

OMG. They are so precious. I think their business will be a big success. I would buy a cookie from them, for sure! So cute. Looks like dad is in the background working while they are all in the forefront smiling. lol.

Karen said...

Oh, how adorable.. and what a cool business! I bet I missed a post or two on this topic, is this your daughter and the girls project? Because of my hearing I couldn't hear what was said in the video and the CC isn't working.

Donna said...

Ok, tell me you aren't gonna eat any of their cookies, Diana! Sounds like they were a hit, how neat that they were on tv! Hopefully the weather will cooperate next time, and you won't have to hide in the bushes when a customer shows up!

Japolina said...

So excited for them. What a great experience. The aprons are amazing!

Dewena Callis said...

I don't know whether to hope there are some talent scouts seeing this as there would certainly be Hollywood in their future or to hope there won't be so that they will always stay the precious sweet girls they are now. They make a perfect picture! And I bet their cookies will be a big hit!

Karen said...

I enjoyed this so much! Hope the weather improves for them! I feel like a "day old french fry" in Kaedyn's eyes whenever the sisters come home and upstage me.

Nellie said...

Well, I am ready to buy some cookies! I've never seen lovelier cookie bakers and sellers!xo Nellie

Sarah said...

Adorable! I predict this is going to go over big time. Loved the video, and those aprons and pink and brown theme is perfect. Three Sisters Cookie Co. ~ Wishing you much success!

Wendy Ketelsen said...

how cute!!! I've been following them on facebook and the whole project is just fabulous!!!! They are soooo cute!

Faye said...

They are so cute and the aprons are adorable! I'll go check out the news now. What a great thing for them to be doing!!!

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, how sweet this is. They will be selling lots of cookies before you knnow it. With those personalities, just watch them flourish. The aprons you made look great, Diana.

Happy days for these kids.


Red Rose Alley said...

I just saw the little video. Please tell the one who spoke that she was so poised and spoke eloquently. Great job.

What a fun thing for the girls to do.


Missy George said...

So sweet..Such rosey cheeks...Fun times

Sherri said...

Diana, those girls are soooooo cute!! Thanks for sharing!

Susie said...

Diana, Great job on those aprons. The girls look so cute. I bet you enjoyed your time with them. xoxo,Susie

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Diana, They are soooo adorable and I love the aprons!

Celestina Marie said...

Love the pics. The aprons are adorable. Those gorgeous smiles say it all. Such cute girls. I couldn't see the video, darn. Give them big hugs and a huge congrats from me!!
XO Celestina Marie

ImSoVintage said...

Oh my gosh, they are so adorable, Diana. Who would have thought Sweet Cheeks would be camera shy, but you never know. Now, get out of my way, 'cause I want some of those cookies. xo Laura

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

How fun! So funny that Sweet Cheeks didn't answer - and really you can't blame her with that kind of excuse - HEEHEEHEEHEE!
They are all so beautiful!

Down to Earth Style said...

OMG! Little entrepreneurs you have there. I would love to visit that market and get some yummy cookies.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Just too stinkin' CUTE!

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

How precious! I am so proud of the girls! They are entrepreneurs at such a young age!How cute that you rank with French Fries! Sweet Cheeks has so many great expressions, but I see another comedian with that face!

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Darling news story! They are so articulate! I know you're very proud! So sorry foe commenting twice, but I watched the video last!

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Those girls are like peas in a pod. So darn cute!

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

Absolutely Wonderful!
Do they ship to Washington State?

I love that their business is paving their way to higher education!

Sweet cheeks reminds me of my daughter. She is so very literal!

Thanks for sharing the news story!

Three cheers for the Three Sisters Cookie Company!

Angela Ryder said...

Absolutely priceless! I love the name Sweet Cheeks!! ~~Angela

Stephanie said...

Absolutely adorable! I don't think anyone could say no to those sweet faces :)

Have a lovely Sunday!

Haddock said...

Ha ha like that "She wasn't MAKING anything she was DOING SOMETHING!" Straight as it is from a child's mouth.
Saw the video and liked that container where there is a partition for the chocolate sauce.
That fourth picture is great. What an expression.
The three entrepreneurs :-)

sissie said...

How adorable! These enterprising little girls are going to be future successful business women and I love it.

I like her response about the cookie!!


vivian said...

what fun! Id surely stop to by cookies there, even if they werent in my weight watchers points that day!
sure can tell the girls are sisters, they all look just alike! Adorable!
have a great sunday!
xoxo said...

Oh my gosh! That is the cutest store front EVER!
Not to mention the darling girls! You must be so proud!
Have a wonderful day.

Jo said...

They are just adorable!!! This is such a great experience and lesson in life.


Sherry @ Thrift My House said...

So sweet! Thank you so much for sharing your granddaughters with us. I always look forward to seeing what they're up to. So cute!

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Oh cheeky sweet cheeks...



pink*cherub*moon said...

Hey! She'd better let you stand in the front. I told them on their FB page the other day that their Nana was great! LOL! Those cookies make me hungry! Hugs, Leena

SavannahGranny said...

I got an error message on my comment. So here goes again.
I would love to have some of that chocolate sauce. I think you have a very talented family. The girls are adorable and the cart/shop looks awesome.
Hugs, Ginger

lynn said...

the girls did a great interview-so very cute!

Debbie @ MeandMyDIY said...

Well, I for one would have come out in the cold rain to buy some cookies from those three little cuties! I'm sure they had fun anyway. Loved the TV spot!


Cristina Garay said...

What a fantastic experience they are going through...running a business, interviews, pictures, wow! They look adorable!

Nonnie said...

That little cookie booth is adorable, but not half so much as the sweet cookies who hang out there! Your girls are so cute.

Junkchiccottage said...

This was so cute and the story on the news adorable with the girls. Wow my mouth was watering for these yumster cookies. Door county white chocolate cherry oh my!!!! Yum!!! They need to do a mail order too!!! I want some of those yummies!!!!

Maureen said...

It's such a great thing for the girls to be doing for the summer. The whole family working together and building dreams is a priceless experience. Lovin' the aprons. Now, stay out of public sight!

Sue said...

Give Sweet Cheeks another week or more and she'll be wanting to change the name of the cookie company from the Three Sisters Cookies to "Sweet Cheeks and Company"......

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Super adorable cookie baking girls and sweet, sweet business.

Zoey said...

Oh, how stinkin' cute are those sisters! Wow!
Entrepreneurs at such a young age! Watch out Debbie F!!

Love the aprons, too.

TheMoonAndMe said...

How fun and exciting for them! Sorry you got relegated to the servants entrance. :)