Welcome to my Saturday edition of Making Everyday a Holiday.
It's super easy to make our Thursdays feel like a Holiday. Our grandson comes over in the afternoon every week and stays while our daughter is at work . . .
Believe it or not she is the shorter one facing the camera. She isn't much taller than these students!
While she's teaching we are making memories like this . . .
Last week we set the table. (that post is here) and made cookies . . .
This week we made these . . .
It simple to make any day feel like a holiday. And teach your grandson something new.
He learned how to read a recipe . . .
And heard stories of his mom making deviled eggs. I staged this shot but I see I need to retake it since it's blurry. I intended this shot for part of her Christmas present. She loves this cookbook.
I think he enjoyed learning new things. I enjoyed making memories.
To make even more special memories and to share these we
have a plan for the festive watermelon plates . . .
My grand daughter is 6 months younger. Her birthday is in December. This year I planned to send her a present in the summer because it's so hard to manage her birthday and Christmas.
So we are sending them the makings of a fun holiday party along with her 1/2 Birthday package. They'll get instructions to take photo's and send them to us and share their Pink Party.
Let's make everyday a Holiday
Linking with Pink Saturday, Saturday Sparks,Create With Joy, The Art of Homemaking,
Share Your Cup, Make It Pretty Monday, Plucky's Cooking and Creating