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I just had to start this post because so many times I forget to tell my husband just how great he is to me!!! I just started cake decorating (teaching myself) this past December and boy does it take some time and money to get started. Through it all my husband has been very loving and supportive even though the whole time I was starting this new hobby we were building our new home. He has helped me with ideas, helped me deliver cakes, and never said anything about the money I have spent on supplies. We just moved in to our new home this past week, and yes, I had a cake to make and decorate during the move. He never once told me I was crazy for doing the cake during the hectic week. He truly is a loving and supportive husband! So ladies, here's to all the husbands out there who stand behind us and our cake decorating crazy moments!!! Just had to get this out there!!! Thanks for listening! thumbs_up.gif
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post #2 of 134
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Originally Posted by casebit

I just had to start this post because so many times I forget to tell my husband just how great he is to me!!! I just started cake decorating (teaching myself) this past December and boy does it take some time and money to get started. Through it all my husband has been very loving and supportive even though the whole time I was starting this new hobby we were building our new home. He has helped me with ideas, helped me deliver cakes, and never said anything about the money I have spent on supplies. We just moved in to our new home this past week, and yes, I had a cake to make and decorate during the move. He never once told me I was crazy for doing the cake during the hectic week. He truly is a loving and supportive husband! So ladies, here's to all the husbands out there who stand behind us and our cake decorating crazy moments!!! Just had to get this out there!!! Thanks for listening! thumbs_up.gif
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post #3 of 134
Mine is very supportive..not just about cakes, but on everything I do. icon_smile.gif
post #4 of 134
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Good point!! Mine does support me in all things as well! I failed to mention that!! Thanks prettycake for bringing that to my attention!!!
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post #5 of 134
I also have a great husband who supports me in whatever I want to try or do. As a matter of fact he is the one to tell me to go get this thing or that. He was the one who insist I have a Kopykake projector, and just last year he got me a edible image printer, and he is right there to help me to do whatever if I need him. I am one lucky wife...
post #6 of 134
Mine is supportive in that he's glad I've found a new creative outlet, and that I seem to have talent for it... however, he is extremely anal-retentive icon_razz.gif so he hates me trashing the kitchen! The other night he tried to impose a baking ban on me for a few weeks, but I said "Sorry dear, I'm already planning to make some petit fours for bunko this week!" icon_smile.gif
post #7 of 134
Mine is great too! He puts up with my shopping sprees, my many late nights and my frustrations too! He will also bake for me, give me lots of great ideas and will deliver too! I told him once that I have to get him to start decorating for me too--that's where he drew the line! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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post #8 of 134
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Ya'll keep helping me to remember things. Like Bumps said my husband bought me a Kitchen Aid mixer not long after I began doing cakes. He has also taken me to Michael's on many occasions knowing the only things I would buy would be for cakes. You ladies are helping me to remember all sorts of good things that I forgot to mention!
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post #9 of 134
My husband is very supportive as well. He does not say anything about how much I spent on supplies. He justs asks to make sure I have enough money in my bank account to pay for all the things I buy! He helps me in the kitchen if I am rushed. He even asked me to teach him how to make buttercream roses because I hate to make them (he already helps me make fondant roses, lol).
post #10 of 134
mY HUSBAND SUPPORTS ME AS LONG AS HE DOES NOT HAVE TO HELP!

No really he actually wants me to start my own business but i do not hav ethe corage to do so so at this time he is on strike. He said whats the point in making all these cakes and putting the time and effort in doing them if you do not have a creation "business" to show for it. Oh well heres to all the great husbands in the world !
post #11 of 134
I have the best husband in the world, sorry guys. lol

He is my very best friend and has been for almost 20 years. He is also the smartest business person I know, the most honest, the hardest working, the best dad, my biggest supporter (and salesman), AND he's the sexiest thing I've ever seen. It just doesn't get any better!!

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Not doing cakes any more, moved on...

Now blogging about life after cake and other randomness here:  http://itsa-long-story.blogspot.com/

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Not doing cakes any more, moved on...

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post #12 of 134
I am still a newbie to the decorating world but my husband is very supportive. He usually stays out of the kitchen until it is time to clean up and he is right there helping. He washes things while I clean up counters, table, etc. icon_smile.gif
post #13 of 134
I love my husband, Hes a great partner and the best father ever!!! but I feel like he doesnt support me with my hobbie, he roll eyes when I start talking about cakes, and he thinks I spend too much time decorating, he thinks 2 hours is too long to invest on a cake... icon_sad.gif He loves my cakes, and seems very proud of them but icon_cry.gif I dont know, maybe Its just me...
post #14 of 134
Last night my wonderful husband took me to Walmart, Michael's, and even Toys'R'Us looking for cake supplies. He is right there with me walking down every single isle (cake stuff or not) and finding creative things to use for decorating cakes. He is better at finding things to use than I am sometimes. He also told me he will buy me a KA if he can find a good deal. Maybe for Christmas.
post #15 of 134
Mine is great, too! His only downfall . . . and this is a biggie . . . he doesn't like cake. He never tries any of the cakes I make. But, he is very supportive of everything I do and every dream I want to chase so if that's his only shortcoming, I'd say I'm a pretty fortunate girl.
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