How to Define Grandma Pride

Grandma Kc wrote this on January 10th, 2012 10 Replies

Yesterday was Amara’s first day back to school after a long Christmas break. I stopped by her house after work and she was telling me all the details and about how wonderful it was to see all of her friends that she had missed.

The best part was when she told me they had all gotten a chance to talk about their Christmas and the gifts they had gotten. Amara’s parents got her a computer for Christmas and she told all of her classmates about it.

But my heart sang and my eyes welled up when she said

Amara looks at AmaraLand on her new computer

“And I told them all about AmaraLand Grandma and that they could go there!”

This post has been linked to Say it Saturday at Family Home and Life.

10 thoughts on “How to Define Grandma Pride

  1. Sandy

    Amara is as sweet as her mommy and her grama Kc!! 🙂 Olga’s right .. she does look very studious with her beautiful pink glasses!!

  2. Lisa @ Grandma's Briefs

    How sweet of her! Great pitch gal to spread the news of the wonderful site you’ve created just for and about her! Sounds like not only are you proud of her, but she’s quite proud of you and the awesome job you’ve done creating Amaraland. ?

  3. Mimi

    Love the picture of Amara in her glasses! And the colorful pancakes on the previous post were so cool looking – we will have to try them ourselves!
    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Joyce

    I know this post is from a year ago, but I haven’t seen it. (Sure glad I stopped by today!)
    I know we grandmas routinely do generous things for the kids without expecting anything in return. But it just goes to show that the kind kids we nurture cannot help but pay it back with pride and affection for us!
    What a sweet story from a little cutie with ADORABLE pink glasses! Hope I can find those when/if my granddaughters need reading glasses!!!! Love ’em!


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