Tag Archives: reading

Meet Emily

Grandma Kc wrote this on January 10th, 2011 9 Replies

Just before Christmas Amara got the most wonderful, handmade doll from her Aunt Suzi who lives in Arizona. She named the doll Emily Suzi and they are now best friends! Emily is one of a kind, made with lots of special love, over-sized rag doll! Even Amara’s Daddy couldn’t get over how tall she is. Read the Rest

Not your ordinary Christmas caroling

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 5th, 2010 18 Replies

Amara spent the night with us last night. I was thinking that we hadn’t really done anything blog worthy until I sat here tonight with Grampy and looked at the pictures. I know I’ve said before that I love living in the digital age but it’s true. When Amara’s Mommy was little I would have Read the Rest

Charlotte the Spider

Grandma Kc wrote this on November 4th, 2010 14 Replies

Today was an exciting day. Amara’s 1st grade class did a Readers Theater performance of Charlotte’s Web and Amara played the role of Charlotte. She was a star and I was so excited that I got to be there to watch. She has the most wonderful 1st grade teacher, I’ve told you about her before 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

Let’s go to Pretend City

Grandma Kc wrote this on September 26th, 2010 9 Replies

If I ask Amara what she wants to do tomorrow you can almost be sure the answer will be “Go to Pretend City”! So we had made plans to meet Celia and Miss Monique there this weekend. Pretend City is an amazing kids’ museum, rated the 2010 Editors Choice award by Orange County Parenting. Here Read the Rest

Glasses make me look studious, Grandma

Grandma Kc wrote this on August 14th, 2010 7 Replies

It was inevitable that sooner or later Amara would end up needing to wear glasses. With the exception of her Dad, she comes from a long line of eyeglass wearers! Her Mommy started wearing them when she was about 4 so she wasn’t surprised when the doctor told her Amara needed them, too. It’s her Read the Rest