Category: Grandparents

These memories often have a lot to do with one of Amara’s Grandparents.

Bubble of Trouble

Grandma Kc wrote this on July 9th, 2013 14 Replies

I told Sandy I was hoping we could have a repeat of last weekend. The girls had so much fun and so did I. Amara remembered the talk of playing board games and when she arrived that was the first thing she wanted to do. Since this would be the first time that we were Read the Rest

Frog legs! Frog legs! Frog legs!

Grandma Kc wrote this on February 4th, 2013 14 Replies

I think one of the reasons that children and grandchildren, especially grandpas, get along so well is because they both like telling the same stories and jokes over and over again! Is there a grandma out there who hasn’t heard the knock, knock, banana joke a hundred times? Or the famous grandpa line “Have I Read the Rest

More Everyday Moments

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 13th, 2012 10 Replies

Not every visit with Amara is a big event. One of the advantages of living so close is that we see her a lot and we love it. We get to be involved in all of the little things and sometimes it is those few hours on a Wednesday afternoon, which are the biggest things! Read the Rest

But Grandma!

Grandma Kc wrote this on September 24th, 2012 17 Replies

Amara has said some of the silliest and sweetest things lately. Sometimes it is the little things that are the best so I thought I would share. Yesterday I ran over to the kids’ house to drop off something for her Mommy who was hard at work making apple turnovers! I had warned Jenna before Read the Rest

What to do?

Grandma Kc wrote this on September 18th, 2012 12 Replies

I picked Amara up from school the other day. It was early out and I thought we could have a few hours to play together and then I would take her to Tai Kwon Do (I love going and watching her Tai Kwon Do classes!) and afterwards I would take her home. All of this Read the Rest

Free Eyeballs

Grandma Kc wrote this on August 20th, 2012 13 Replies

It all started when I sent a video to my sister Sandy and she asked me what it said on Grampy’s T-shirt. I explained it to her and I thought I would share it with everyone else. Amara needs to remember this! I’ve included some of the pictures below, too! Flying eyeballs is kind of Read the Rest