Cooking For A Pink Party

                                     Good morning.  
Welcome to my Saturday edition of Making Everyday a Holiday.  
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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 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pony ride::            
                             Happy Trails    
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


Molly and Mackie said...

We love the watermelon theme! Now you have us hungry for watermelon!

Denise inVA said...

A great post! I have enjoyed it very much. I am back after my blog break and enjoying catching up, be it ever so slowly. We had a family bereavement and I have only just returned.

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Great post!! Thank so much for always visiting!! I am looking forward to Fall so I can finally come out of the house!!

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday. I am so glad you joined us.

This post is being featured on my Pink Saturday post this week as "the one that caught my eye". How could I resist that darling grin. I always love cooking with my grandson, too.♥ Thank you for sharing.

Jessica Pelasky said...

Everything looks so cute!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Thanks for sharing at our Monday Cooking and Crafting with J & J!