Monday, March 25, 2013

FORT MAYHEM!

Craziness aplenty.
 Kendrix, Lexi and Krew.

 Peek-a-Boo....I see you! Do you see me?

 Grandma NO PICTURES!
Grandma NO PICTURES!
 YES GRANDMA!  We want a treat!
I'm already with my milk GRANDMA!

I remember the days when this house was all kinds of crazy.
Every. Single. Day.
24 hours a day.
Pretty sure it was just yesterday.

I don't feel old enough to be called GRANDMA.
But these little people insist on calling me that.
As I look at their faces, I see the faces of my kids.
And the years melt away.

And then I look in the mirror.
And I realize....
I'm a GRANDMA!

22 comments:

Julia said...

You make a very nice grandma and grandkids are precious...

Take a lots of photos as the grandkids don't stay small very long. My oldest granddaughter is already 19 and it seems like it was only a few years ago that she was a little girl. Now I rarely see her.

JB

Jenny Lynn said...

The fort is truly amazing. Looks like you are having fun being Grandma. I have a feeling you are a truly wonderful Grandma.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Looks like they had an awesome time at your house! Yes those mirrors need to be magical.

Debbie Jones said...

Being a grandma is just the greatest, isn't it!! Looks like you all h ad a great time!! Enjoy your week.

wendy said...

AND a wonderful beautiful grandma you are. It is so true, we see the faces of our kids in those grandkids.
Love making forts with the kids.

the letter e said...

I can't wait until my granddaughter & (almost grandson - due in May) live closer so I can spoil them rotten!!

Ginger said...

I think that last little cutie with the green sippy cup looks just like you! That looks like so much fun. I think I need grandkids. :)

Julie Harward said...

I know, I know but it is so awesome huh?! Your treat looks YUMMY, that will cause them to love you! Our kids did the same, and with 8 it was total mess all the time too. Beat way to go! :)

" Hit It......." said...

What a beautiful grandma you are. Grand children are more fun. You can play with them, get them wound up and then send them home. Love to do that.

RoeH said...

Wow - no kidding. I didn't mind reaching the Grandma part of life. In fact, I really love it and LOVE being called Grandma. But come on. My MOTHER WAS 68! How can I possibly be that old. And I still feel 18. Well, okay. 30?

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I feel your joy!!!

Mumsys Kitty Korner said...

Oh,what fun they are having. Those forts bring lots of fun and laughter. Looks like they got to enjoy some yummy Grandma baked goodies too. They are all adorable sweet Tauna. Thanks for stopping by Chancy's blog. Hugs

lifeinredshoes said...

Oh my goodness, it's the best job around!
Look at the wonderful memories you are making with your Little Loves :)

Emmy said...

I have no doubt you are a wonderful fun grandma too! My kids love building forts

gigi said...

But a Rockin Hot Mess of a Grma!!

Queenie Jeannie said...

You're very, very blessed!! And you're a pretty HOT Grandma, so don't knock it!! Hugs!

WhisperingWriter said...

So sweet!!

The kids look so happy.

Saimi said...

Ok that fort brings back memories and dont you just love those blankets!! So much fun making memories at Grandmas house

mCat said...

And isn't it the best? Reward for surviving the kids in the first place.

Betty said...

I am learning just how wonderful it all is! We're not playing games or building forts yet, but we're staring deeply into each other's eyes and falling in love with each other! But the best part is, when he needs to barf, he waits until his mom's holding him and he barfs all over her! Grandmahood ROCKS!

tammy said...

I have such great memories of building forts, and spending time at my Grandma's. You are a great grandma.

Connie said...

Love this! Such cute kids! There's nothing in the world that compares to being a grandma!