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Amara’s Slumber Party – Saturday Morning Part Two

Grandma Kc wrote this on April 30th, 2012 17 Replies

There were just too many memories made at Amara’s 8th Birthday and Slumber Party to capture all in one post so I decided to split them up. You can find Friday Night posted here and Part One of Saturday posted here. I hope you enjoy her party as much as we did. The Justin Games Read the Rest

A Fairy Birthday Party

Grandma Kc wrote this on April 25th, 2011 10 Replies

Amara had a wonderful birthday party. We had perfect weather again this year. It was a very mild but sunny 70 degrees; just the right temperature for a bunch of fairies to fly, bounce and be creative. And they did all that and more. The kids worked so hard to make this a great party Read the Rest

We have a ritual for that!

Grandma Kc wrote this on February 18th, 2011 7 Replies

We really do have a lot of rituals that we go through with Amara. I’ve told you about when I leave her house and head home to Grampy, she always has to send him home hugskisspoketicklespiderbites. And when her parents drop her off at our house, well we have a ritual for that, too. Since 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

Ants on a Log

Grandma Kc wrote this on August 6th, 2010 7 Replies

The summer is rushing by and I haven’t had time to document all of the fun we have been having! Let me tell you about this afternoon. Amara’s Mom had an appointment so Amara came over and spent part of the afternoon with me — Grandpa was at work — I had her all to 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