Dutch Door. This is the playhouse door. I've always wanted a Dutch door. The inside of the door is painted with chalkboard paint, which I wish I could paint every door with as I love chalkboards.
Dutch Barn. I picked up this little plate for 50 cents at the thrift store the other day. I absolutely love it and will find a good use for it come winter. My husband does not like Dutch Barn inspired architecture. He also does not like to be photographed. No Dutch angles of George. He is not a Dutch Uncle , contrary to what this picture may suggest. His favorite bread is Dutch Crunch.
Dutch Proverb. Een man met baard, daar is een vrouw bij bewaard. A bearded man is a woman provided for. We only went Dutch on one date before he set me straight. He's an old fashioned kind of guy that pays for dates and opens doors. We haven't been on a date for a long time, Dutch or otherwise, but I'm not complaining because I am well provided for.Dutch Baby. An excellent treat on a cold Sunday morning. If you are opposed to eating something containing the word "baby", call it an oven pancake. I use this recipe, but I add sliced apples or pears to the skillet before adding the batter. It makes me long for Yorkshire Pudding, but I will have to wait until December to indulge that craving.
Dutch Dollhouse. While you are waiting for the baby to come out of the oven, check out this cool website. You can move the characters around within the house and adjust the shadows and lighting for desired effect. The rest of the website is pretty great too. My kids love the collage maker.
Double Dutch. A jump rope technique that also means gibberish. Have a great weekend, and don't gibber too much.