Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hats off to Mommy and Daddy

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 29th, 2011 13 Replies

Long before Amara was ever born her Mommy had some very strong opinions on how children and parents should behave in public. I like to think that I played a role in her mindset. I think she remembers the time when as a 4 or 5 year old she was physically removed from a store Read the Rest

Why Grampy Wears a Tie to Work

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 21st, 2011 10 Replies

Grampy wears a tie to work each day. When he first started this job a few years ago Amara and her Mommy helped me pick out some new ties for him as his old ones had certainly seen better days. Amara’s Daddy doesn’t have to wear a tie to work so both Amara and her Read the Rest

Bicycles and Ladybugs

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 16th, 2011 10 Replies

I am so lucky to have Amara live close by so that I can be a part of the every day stuff. It is some of the best stuff ever. Jenna is still doing physical therapy for her shoulder from her fall and so the other day I went over to babysit Amara, who has Read the Rest

Amara Logic

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 11th, 2011 13 Replies

Some of the silly little moments with Amara are the ones that are the most fun, the everyday things she says or does. We didn’t get to see her this weekend but I thought I would share a couple of funny Amaraisms that I have missed telling you about recently. I had read about a Read the Rest

Our Experiment Failed

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 6th, 2011 11 Replies

I have some beautiful yellow Conca d’ Oro lilies that grow under our bedroom window. These lily bulbs were a gift from Amara’s Mommy 4 or 5 years ago and I just love them. This year they are not quite as pretty as they were last year but that is my own fault. I waited Read the Rest

Happy Independence Day

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 4th, 2011 6 Replies

WC Fields sits on our front porch to greet everyone and has a very special place in Grampy’s heart. Grampy had a statue of WC Fields for the longest time and it had seen better days. When Grampy and I moved to this house Amara’s wonderful mother and my most awesome daughter tried very hard Read the Rest