Category Archives: grandkids

our family is expanding

You might think from the title of this post that another grandchild is on his/her way. Actually, that is true! Last night Bailey asked Sarah to be his wife, and she said YES! Their attraction began right under our noses … Continue reading

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eleven

One reason, or I should say eleven reasons, I look forward to retiring the end of September is/are my eleven grandchildren. While I admit I’m not the “cool” grandma I aspired to be, I still enjoy the thought of being … Continue reading

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macy-4 williams-3

The Macy cousins outnumber the Williams cousins four to three. Five are grandchildren (to us). The other two are grand nephews. Or nephews once removed. Those who are not siblings are either first cousins or second cousins. So we will … Continue reading

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54 photos?

Oh, dear! I just instructed Flickr to upload 54 photos for this post about my week with the Carlson family. I can’t inflict such an expectation on anyone who visits or subscribes to this blog! They’ll either scroll lickity-split to … Continue reading

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andersons take europe

While grandson Bailey spends a semester in Spain with the “Semester in Spain” program (yes, I really wrote that), the rest of his family made plans to visit him over Spring Break. It’s history now, but they’re all still walking … Continue reading

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st. patty’s day

Three of our grandkids are half Irish, so it’s only natural their other grandparents think green every March 17. I was part of the celebration a few years ago, eating corned beef and cabbage and wearing green. But normally St. … Continue reading

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lunch with will

Mmmmmm! PB&J! This is our work before I headed for the office this morning. It was Grand Day at Will’s school, and we were invited to share his lunch “hour” (actually 20 minutes). Not much gets past Will. He’s attentive … Continue reading

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