Amara’s Recipe Book — Part 2

Grandma Kc wrote this on November 2nd, 2011 10 Replies

Amara’s Mommy told me that one of the perks of being Special Citizen of the Week is that Amara got to do a special show and tell. Amara took her Recipe Book to school and she showed it to the class. She told everyone about how her Aunt Sandy and Uncle Mark sent it to her from Michigan for Christmas last year and that she had decorated it herself with the stickers they sent with it. She is filling it with recipes, but only ones that she likes.

I thought this was so sweet and I was really glad to find that Amara did think this gift was something very special. But the story gets even better. Amara had a substitute teacher that day and the teacher took the time to write out her favorite recipe for Chicken Tacos and added it to Amara’s book. I just think that was so special. Amara is never going to forget that substitute.

Amara's Recipe Book

Oh! I guess I better put our Monkey Bread recipe in her book, too!

This post has been linked to the GRAND Social blogging event at Grandmas Briefs.

10 thoughts on “Amara’s Recipe Book — Part 2

  1. Sarah

    What a precious gift, and how much she will treasure that as she grows up and someday has a family of her own! You all blessing her beyond words!!!!
    Sarah

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  2. Mimi

    It is so nice when our grandkids are surrounded by such nice people – relatives and otherwise. And that recipe book will be cherished forever.

    Plus, I love the very scary haunted house! Way to work out all the problems.

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  3. bookbabie

    That’s a great idea for a child, I would love to have a collection of my favorite recipes from the time I was a child. Have to remember this for my Brooklyn when she gets a bit older:)

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  4. Lisa @ Grandma's Briefs

    This is an awesome idea for the holidays. How smart of Amara’s Aunt Sandy to give it to her. And that sub teacher deserves to be a permanent teacher. Such a sweet thing for her to do. Thank you for sharing this in the GRAND Social!

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