As an entrepreneur, Chris Kyle is always looking for ways to help his fellow small business owners. Chris considers himself fortunate that his job allows him to spend so much time at home, allowing him to be fully present for each stage of his daughter Ava’s life. He was skeptical when his wife bought Ava a toy kitchen set, but she adores it and has now transformed herself into a “small business owner” in her very own living room!
“I was hesitant to spend a few hundred dollars on it when my wife made the purchase,” Chris explained. “Every penny was well spent. When she’s ready to play, Ava is the star of her own little world.” Chris visited his daughter’s at-home restaurant and posted a candid yet amusing “review” on his Instagram page. “So, for lunch today, I tried to support another Black Owned Business,” he wrote. “It’s called Ava’s Kitchen, and it just opened at the end of April. It’s a spotless establishment, but let me tell you about the owner.”
“First and foremost, I inquired as to why there are balloons on my chair when it is not my birthday.” Chris went on. “She said, mind your own business; those are Mommy’s.” Chris, however, did not stop there. In addition to the dubious use of balloons as decor, he claimed Ava’s Kitchen’s service was nowhere near the Zagat scale. “I’ve been waiting for 45 minutes for my order to be completed, and I’m the only customer here,” Chris wrote. “She was making good progress at first, then she stopped for 20 minutes to go watch Paw Patrol.
Overall, the service could be improved, but the cook is adorable, so I’ll give her another chance.” You gotta love a chef who takes a break to watch TV! Chris and Ava are overjoyed that their post has gone viral. “During these trying times, I’m glad to see our post shining brightly in the lives of people all over the world,” the proud father said.