Wednesday, November 7, 2012

The Tea Party

Tea, Grandma?

Yes, please (um, it looks more like milk)
Yummy


What goes on at Grandma's, stays at Grandma's!

24 comments:

Hilary said...

Wendy, she's adorable and your caption so funny. I had tea with Frank's sisters today too. I wish I had known the spout trick. ;)

Celia said...

Lovely company you have there. Grandma's is a special place.

Maggie May said...

What a gorgeous little granddaughter and I will have to try that spout drinking! Might save on teacup!
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Grayquill said...

Way too sweet - I think you must be a five star grandma. Good job creating such great memories for your granddaughter.Thanks for sharing!

Rose said...

So sweet, Wendy! How old is she now? Unfortunately, my youngest granddaughter is now 9 and doesn't seem as interested in tea parties as she once did, and the grandsons prefer pushing cars and trucks around...sigh. They grow up too fast.

sarah said...

What a charming granddaughter you have!This must become a happy memory for you.
Have a nice weekend!

Jedidja said...

Sweet pics. I love it.

Terri said...

Hello Wendy,
I think your post is cute! It is about tea cups and tea so it is just fine with me. I do hope you share some of your tea cups close up wtih us so we can ooh and ahhh too. We love seeing tea cups as well as tea and tea drinkers : )
Thank you so much for joining in Tea Cup Tea Cup Tuesday!
Hugs,
Terri

Michelle said...

What a sweet tea post! Your granddaughter is adorable and the photos are darling. Thanks for sharing! ~Michelle

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Hahaha. That's classic.

The Dragonfly On Iron Gate said...

Hilarious !!! adorable!!! I am praying for grandchildren. My Daughter In Law has PROMISED ME! Tea parties are a must ! Hugs Jules ~

sandy said...

what a fun time! I love your line about what happens at gramma's...Kind of the same here.
Have a wonderful week!
sandy :)

KathyB. said...

Ha ha ! Love this. Who says a teapot is only for tea? My grandkids would prefer root beer...hm. Maybe the next teaparty...

Betsy Adams said...

Oh what a cute post, Wendy... What a precious little grandchild. It's okay that she drinks out of the spout!!!!!! ha ha

Happy Thanksgiving.
Hugs,
Betsy

Magia da Inês said...

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Olá, amiga!

Boa semana!
Beijinhos do Brasil

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ShySongbird said...

Oh, how adorable! What a sweet little girl she is :-) They are such fun at that age. I love the last photo with the perfect caption.

I'm so glad I didn't miss this post Wendy....I almost did!

JeanMac said...

So sweet

JeanMac said...

So sweet

JeanMac said...

So sweet

Hilary said...

I'm ready for another one of your lovely posts whenever you are. ;)

Liara Covert said...

Always love tea, tea parties and loving whatever arises. Sharing love brings more reasons for joy.

Naturegirl said...

Oh my word just the sweetest! A treasured blessing spending time with grandaughter!
Wendie..battery candles are everywhere..a bit pricey but worth it in the long run. They look and feel waxy but oh so much safer than worrying about blowing out flames especially with fur babies in and around candles!
Mine come on at set time and stay on for 5 hours!
Should I not get back in time I wish you a wonderful Christmas and may you have many more treasured days in the coming New Year!
love and light Anna

Shammickite said...

What a sweet girl! I won't tell if you won't!
I've been a very naughty blogger just recently, what with my internet going horribly wrong and then as soon as it was fixed, the Christmas Variety Show kept me busy and now all the Christmas prep.... however I promise to be better in the future. So Have a Happy Christmas and all the best for 2013!

Michael Manning said...

Yes, I'd have to agree that this is true not only of Grandma's but of Aunt's as well. Very precious!