Tea Time for Two

AttemptingGrandma
Are you a grandmother? Or are you about to be? Regardless if you are a new grandma, or been one for many years. Attempting to be the best grandma you can be, can be full of mixed emotions. The purpose of my blog is to have a little bit of fun, with a little bit of serious. From stories to advice. Follow, like, and share attemptinggrandma.blogspot.com and share stories, advice, information, and most of all to have fun doing it. So to all of you attempting Grandma’s, let’s have some fun.

One of my favorite things to do, is to host a tea party. Nothing proper, just very girly and very fun. I create cute invitations. Decorate with lots of pastels and frilly decor. The best part is displaying all the tiny yummy goodies I made from Pinterest. When my guests arrive, they are all wearing their favorite attire. I have lots of big floppy hats for everyone to choose from. Games, conversations, and amazing company. You can’t beat that.

… So I thought!

Over the years, I have spent a lot of time and money at antique stores, thrift shops, garage sales, and resale shops. Collecting unique tea cups, tea pots, and decor. This became a wonderful blessing, because now I get to host the most special tea parties of all time. With my grandbabies.

Now have you ever tried to host a tea party with a six year old girl? You quickly become the guest, hahaha. My granddaughter loves to take over. She even makes the food and treats herself.  My favorite is her Ritz crackers with Nutella, yummy!

What are some of your favorite memories to make with your grandchildren? I would love to here them. Post your story in the comments, and don’t forget to like, and follow my blog to receive future email updates.

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Thank you,   grandma

 

 

Author: Attempting Grandma

A little about myself. My name is Grandma. At least that's what my grandson just told me. I am Forty-five years old. I have three children, two grandchildren, and one fur baby. I became a grandmother at thirty-eight years old, and I love every single minute of it.

2 thoughts on “Tea Time for Two”

  1. My two granddaughters live half a dozen states away from me so I don’t get to see them more than a couple of times a year, sadly. My favorite memories are of playing with them in their room, and watching them play together. I do love to watch them hold pretend tea parties for their baby dolls, and to help them cook pretend meals with their little dishes and plastic foods for all their dolls. To be honest, I miss them so much sometimes that any memory is the one I hold dearest. The title of your blog, “Attempting Grandma” seems very apt for my situation as a long-distance grandma.

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