Saturday, November 14, 2009



P IS ABOUT A PRINCESS....



...and pizza, pumpkins, purple sunglasses and more stuff.

 Of course there are other things that make Little One much more unique than just the silly letter P.

When Grandma J retired and moved to Texas, Little One was only ten months old, and was way too young to experience the bizarre behavior a day on the town with her grandma alone.  But now that she's three, she's just the right age for indoctrination to learn all the silliness that her parents tried to shelter her from.

Right off the bat, she was included in the traditional sleepover at  the Fairfield Inn. 



A favorite with all the kids is the "make it your way breakfast" in the morning.   Elise caught on right away...and Grandma J beamed with pride.

On that same subject of breakfast......Grandma J instinctively knew how to hush a crying toddler, when her mother drove off without her, to take her siblings to school.....



Chocolate cake....it's what's for breakfast!



Moving right along.....Pizza was a good choice for breakfast too.




Got a smile for Grandma J?



Come on....how about a real smile!



Now it's off to Target.....



One of our favorite places to look for Princess Belle's accessories......not!




So it's off to the Mall and of course riding all the quarter fifty cent rides along the way.




Somehow, this girl looks like she belongs in this car!



Little One takes dance, and she likes to practice before going to class.


Oh yeah....that's the move!

But the serious business on our minds was the Harvest Costume Parade at Little One's preschool.



Grandma J waited on the lawn for Princess Belle to round the bend......



And, never should have mentioned the  skunk in front of her.




When Grandma J picked Little One up after school, she still had her tiara on....and insisted on holding her pumpkin on her lap.



Along the way home Grandma J saw how wistfull Little One looked, and asked her what she was thinking.  She said she was happy that she was holding her pumpkin.   Grandma J asked her if she knew that when a princess holds a pumpkin on her lap it might turn into a handsome prince?




No, she never heard that.....no, I don't want a prince...no not ever!






17 comments:

loxandlo said...

She looks so much like Andrew! Lucky Grandma J and lucky Little One.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

This post is almost as funny as that grandbaby is beautiful - and she's absolutely precious. Bravo, Grandma J.!

Busy Bee Suz said...

She oughta be in pictures!!! Oh, she is. :) great post. I know that she will remember all the silliness with you and she can no longer be protected from it. Good thing too.

Life with Kaishon said...

Oh, this post was so beautiful! Just like your grandaughter! I am so glad you have her in your life! I can tell the world is a better place with her in it. Her smile is contagious and full of sunshine! I love coming here. It is always, always, always a blessing. Love you and so wish you were closer. I have thought about you every day since I have been in Texas : )

Linda said...

What a sweet girl! She does look like a princess, and you must be the Fairy Godmother!

Anonymous said...

she is so cute and the resemblance to andrew is uncanny.

The Incredible Woody said...

She is a very lucky girl!! And I think pizza and chocolate cake is perfectly reasonable for breakfast:)

The Incredible Woody said...

She is a very lucky girl!! And I think pizza and chocolate cake is perfectly reasonable for breakfast:)

Daryl said...

Sweet .. no surprise there, she's got great genes and a wonderful Grandma

Pumpkin Delight said...

Great post. Looks like a great visit that I'm sure she enjoyed a ton!

HalfAsstic.com said...

You need to get that statement about the "prince" signed and notarized.
She's adorable and the princes are gong to be knocking at the door soon enough!

Jen said...

I bet some day you will be giving a movie review with her being the leading lady!
She is priceless.

Anonymous said...

What did you say to her about the skunk? She looks scared to death.

Colin

Jason, as himself said...

Those eyes!

Pat Jenkins said...

she IS a princess... P.s. you are a great grandmother... you should be proud of yourself grandma j...keep it up!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

A princess indeed! And a smart one I might add!What a beauty she is! Great post GJ!
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big hair envy said...

I'm confident that that beautiful child will live a long and happy life if she eats chocolate cake and pizza for breakfast, and AVOIDS THE PRINCES AT ALL COST!!!!