You've seen the shirts for toddlers, "What happens at Grandma's, stays at Grandma's"? Well, what happens at Sushi's, gets on her iPhone for all to see. On our CA trip, I scrolled through Mom's and Michael's iPhones and emailed myself a few of my favorite pictures of FOOD and FRIVOLITY.
Sushi is a cook with gourmet skills; June just eats Vienna Sausage from the can.
Nothing says "235 years of America!" like a giant carbohydrate covered in dyed icing.
Clowning around with Sushi and Opa at the circus. Fun fact: every year as a kid, we went to 2 events. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in March (for my birthday) and the Ringling Brothers Circus in July (for my brother's birthday). Maybe next year, June and Gordon can join in too!
Does this hat make me look ridiculous? Or is it the nose? Or the lanyard? Or the oversized program? Or the boomerang? Or the Spiderman umbrella hanging off my wrist? Or the fact that I look pissed at my grandma for even daring to take this picture that proves I am one spoiled kiddo?
Would you like some hot chocolate with your whipped cream?
Triple cherries, say what?!
This one was out with Michael, but who says the grandparents are the only ones who get to treat the kids? Here's the mega muffin at the Snooty Pig.
Oh wait, I think we've gone too far. Nothing like the Fat Face app to put things in perspective.
Truly, I love living back close again because now these treats are spread out to about once a month vs consecutive days of a 2 week visit. Talk about some detox whenever we'd go back to LA or Fresno. Whew. Also note, June is growing into these treats. Right now, a Tic-Tac from Sushi's purse will do the trick.
Other random iPhone catch ups:
Owen's birthday at school (with both grandmas there!)
June deep sea diving in Sushi's tub:
June at the pumpkin patch. My favorite part of this photo is the sign.
Now this reminds me to hijack Grammie's phone and see what the kids have been up to at her house!
Favorite Grandparent Quotes:
I don't intentionally spoil my grandkids. It's just that correcting them often takes more energy than I have left. ~Gene Perret
Grandmas are moms with lots of frosting. ~Author Unknown
Grandfathers are for loving and fixing things. ~Author Unknown
On the seventh day God rested. His grandchildren must have been out of town. ~Gene Perret
With much love and appreciation to our parents, thank you!