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August 03, 2006

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Ane Mulligan

That's what's nice abotu being a grandma. You can have them for a while then send them home. :o)

I introduced my granddaughter to high tea at a local tea room when she was 9. I invited along 3 of her little friends. It was great. They got to put on hats and pretend to be great ladies. They had a blast.

Sigh. She's 12 now, nearly 13, and too "cool" to wear funny hats and go to tea.

Alison Strobel Morrow

That's adorable! How fun to be the cool aunt. The only other kid in our family is our nephew Simon, who's three, and while he's not that excited about me, he LOVES my husband. I can see him asking Dan if he has some time off so they could play Legos all day. :) (Sadly, they live in Las Vegas, so we don't get to see them often--but the minute we walk in their door, Simon grabs Dan's hand and says, "Come on, Dayo, come wiff me!" and they're off for Simon's room. Too cute!)

-Alison
blog.alisonstrobel.com

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