Category: Relatives

They say it takes a village to raise a child. These memories are about the people in Amara’s Village.

Happy New Year Everyone!

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

I was thinking that Amara had spent New Years eve with us every year but I guess I was wrong. I went back looking for pictures from January 1 of each year and couldn’t find one for when she was 3 and I can’t imagine that I wouldn’t have taken pictures. But it was fun Read the Rest

Holiday in New York

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 27th, 2010 11 Replies

December (2010) has been a busy month and while we have made some wonderful new memories I haven’t found the time to blog about them. So today I will start trying to play catch up. I told you about how much fun Amara and I had singing Christmas Carols for the neighbors, well the following Read the Rest

When Twursula went missing

Grandma Kc wrote this on October 11th, 2010 12 Replies

Amara was only 18 months old when Twursula went missing. Twurs is one of the cats that shares AmaraLand. She was gone for 2 of the l o n g e s t weeks ever. When Amara was a little older — maybe 2½ — I told her the Twursula story as a bedtime story since I knew she wouldn’t remember Read the Rest

The Amara Fashion Show

Grandma Kc wrote this on August 23rd, 2010 6 Replies

Amara has started to outgrow all of her Disney Princess costumes and she has now started to focus more on the Barbie Princesses and their costumes — beautiful, fancy dresses that are more grownup and fashionable. So a couple of weeks ago Amara, her Mommy and I went to The Goodwill and picked out 3 Read the Rest

Being an Only Grandma

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 17th, 2010 13 Replies

Lately, I have been reading a couple of other Grandma blogs a lot and they have left me feeling just a bit cheated. These Grandmas have lots of Grandchildren. I am an only Grandma. I only have 1 grandchild. Granted that only grandchild is the most amazing child ever, just like her Mother was, but Read the Rest

Can Amara come out and play?

Grandma Kc wrote this on May 30th, 2010 10 Replies

Things have certainly changed since I was a little girl. They’ve changed since my little girl was a little girl. Long gone are the days of asking Mom “can I go out and play?” Gone are the days of having to be home before the street lights come on. Playing with a friend has now Read the Rest