Our awesome Grandma came and read two stories this year, we made a special snack, sang a song, and gave them a little gift that we made. I completely forgot to take a picture of the gift that we made. It was a tile square (left over from last year's major remodel project at our house) with their handprints in the shape of a heart. It also had a sweet little poem around the heart. I believe everyone had a great time (even me), and next year I'll be back on my A game! :)
|Our awesome Grandma read Caps for Sale and The Squeaky Door. She is such a fabulous storyteller!|
|After we listened to the story, we made a special snack. They had to listen and follow directions to make their snack.|
|We then sang a special song for our grandparents and other family members.|
We had several that their Grandparents have passed on or lived to far away attend, so we invited Grandfriends, Aunts, Uncles, or parents to attend in their place. We did not want anyone to feel sad or left out. My hope for everyone is that they made a special memory and will one day look back on this and know that they made these children feel very special. That is one thing I will always remember about my Grandmama. She was always there for me and always made me feel that I was the most special, important person in the world. I love you Grandmama and look forward to the day that I will see you again!