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My Little Fashion Designer

Grandma Kc wrote this on January 26th, 2012 13 Replies

Then there was Sunday morning. We finished watching The Smurfs, and I agree they aren’t the best but the company was wonderful! Amara had Captain Crunch and I had a peanut butter sandwich (and a lot of coffee). Once that was done we headed to the office. Amara was very excited and wanted to show Read the Rest

Nothing is Better than Chalk and Balloons

Grandma Kc wrote this on May 1st, 2011 19 Replies

Amara spent the night with us last night and we had such a great time. She had brought with her the Glow in the Dark Chalk kit that she had gotten for her birthday last week from Uncle Mark and Aunt Sandy and she could hardly wait to get started. I read the directions and Read the Rest

Can we go in the attic?

Grandma Kc wrote this on March 12th, 2011 9 Replies

When Amara first asked me if we could go in the attic I kind of just said no and brushed it off but she became obsessed with wanting to go in our attic. We have lived in our home for about 6 years now. I have never been in the attic and I have absolutely Read the Rest

Amara’s Pink and Purple Gown

Grandma Kc wrote this on March 3rd, 2011 11 Replies

Amara is lucky to be surrounded by so much sewing talent! She certainly reaps the benefits of it. Her Mommy loves to sew and makes her all sorts of cute things and both of her Grandmas like to sew. We have made her Halloween costumes and birthday costumes that she has played in for years 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

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