The girls are growing up fast. They are learning all sorts of things and spend hours in school with their mom, Amber. That’s because Amber is their teacher, they are home schooled.
They have their own classroom set up in their house, and Taylor and Kierra have their very own desks. They’re excelling in their schoolwork.
But Mimi and Pa have a hand in the girl’s education, too. Along with some recreation,
we took the girls to a place that makes things that are very important to most women:
A Chocolate Factory! Compete with a store to buy all sorts of chocolaty delights.
The store even had a little play house for kids, with some toys and books in case their grandmother took too long making up her mind what kind(s) of chocolates she wanted.
Little “Bekah” (as Rebekah’s daddy calls her) tried some other tastes. She wasn’t too thrilled with a french fry.
Ice cream, however, is always a winner.
As is Birthday Cake. We had a family get together for Rebekah’s first birthday, and mommy Amber made the cake.
She didn’t like the cake, she loved it and wore it well.
Some of our family was able to attend, including my Dad, who had a great conversation with Taylor, his oldest granddaughter (of eleven) great-grandchildren. Ever the teacher, he was teaching Taylor some Hebrew words.
Anabelle and her mommy Amanda also came. I tried to get a good picture of Anabelle, DIL Amanda, Rebekah and DIL Amber, but babies sure are squiggly.
So after a few tries, I gave up and took a picture of our two lovely daughter-in-laws.
After all the partying, we had one last party to attend with our granddaughters . My father is retiring from his position as a pastor, after almost sixty years. Most all my family was there at the church, as well as 300 people to wish him well. As usual, he gave a great speech and had everyone laughing. It was a wonderful time and meant a great deal to him. Now he can do some serious touring in his new Mazda Miata convertible.
The girls were great, even with all the people around. They have learned to be well behaved. They also learned it is lots of fun to crawl under tables and chairs. :c)
But the one thing we’re constantly teaching our granddaughters is that there is nothing better than the love of a grandmother.
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