Or maybe because they are the oldest, or because they love their sisters. Maybe it's because that's the way Grandma J planned it.
Grandma J took all three grandkids to the Fairfield Inn for a sleepover. This was Andrew's third sleepover there with Grandma J. And this year, because he is so much older, he decided to actually cook his breakfast at the free buffet. He waited patiently for his turn to make waffles on a real waffle iron...but the adults must have thought he was just an observer because they kept cutting in front of him. Grandma J set them straight.
On Grandparents Day, yes we are still talking about Grandparents Day, Andrew was OK with Grandma J visiting Beauty's class first because he's a boy, and older, and a gentleman. Besides, this was the fifth year of Grandma J visiting his class on Grandparents Day at Stoneybrooke.
This is Andrew's teacher.....and he thinks she's swell.
These two love each other so much....and have no problem showing it.
Don't you love the blue ribbon Andrew made for Grandma J? Wouldn't it have been even nicer if it were on right?
This is Andrew and Grandma J on Grandparent's Day 2005!
Andrew has a beautiful voice, and was the only boy to actually sing a solo at the talent show. He got a standing ovation!
Grandma J had a one on one afternoon with Andrew....just like she did with the girls. The difference is, Andrew didn't want to shop for clothes...no, he wanted a game for his Nintendo DS thing. Once he found the one he wanted, and believe Grandma J when she tells you he had a very hard time deciding, he didn't want to focus on anything else. He didn't want to go out to eat......
Because, he wanted to hurry home to put batteries in, and play with his Bakugan wrist thing...the other electronic gismo he had to have!
Andrew used to call Grandma J Mum before he could say Grandma, and it just warmed her heart that he put that on her medal, as her name, for all to see.
On Grandma J's long drive back to Texas, she noticed how all the other drivers on the road where looking at her blue ribbon medal with envy.