Family fun day ☀️💦 Parker and Jakob did so good today, sharing toys and sharing food and getting into everything together without a fuss or a fight! Both very intelligent kids! And the pool was icing on the cake, because today was hot! 😅💦 I was even happier to bump into the elote man! I ate from Parker’s slushie 😩😂🍧 #familyfunday#poolparty#grandparents#inlaws#memories@bigdray79@missgee791
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I met my Grandma Kay for the first time today. She made the toughest decision and gave my Mom up for adoption when she was born and they found each other a year ago through 23andMe.
I had the best Grandparents in the world and I can’t imagine it any other way. Kay’s decision provided not only a better life for my mom, but A LIFE for every generation after. No one could have hand picked a better family for my mama.
A mother’s love for her child is like no other love. To be able to put that feeling aside because you want the best for your child is the most unselfish thing I know.
in memorian Kyai & Nyai Digdosusastro
di Sasanalaya Caran berjejer jejer makam lelulur..
dari Mbah Kyai dan Nyai Digdosusastro
Kyai dan Nyai Amat Damami (orang tua Kyai Digdosusastro)
Kyai dan Nyai Dirjosusastro (orang tua Nyai Digdosusastro)
aku ndhisik nek dijak pas ngresiki makam karo dicritani mbah kakung.. foto dari @fahmi_prakosa ..
I have had the pleasure of taking care of Asian Americans only maybe 5 times in my hospice/home health care career of 23 years.I thought and still think that is amazing. Some have said different things but I found out that culturally they don't believe in others taking care of their parents and grandparents through aging and illness.Its their tradition and its seen as disrespect for others and especially outside their culture to take care of their loved ones, at least from the few I have met and others that I have asked this question.I remember a man name Mr. Nugyn I was suppose to take care of, I showed up to where he was living with his family in a fishing community and I drove up and everyone around neighbors and all came outside to see who I was and there was only a 14 year old who spoke english and he trasnlated what I told them I was there to do was to take his vital signs and give him a bath, they all shook their heads, laughed and shooed me away like i was stray animal .My feelings was not hurt it was funny and interesting as well.Culture and upbringing has a lot to do with if adult children will take care of parents and grandparents.I wonder about the state of our youth and some of the adult children with, automation taking jobs, jobs being moved oversees and mental illness issues and the high rate of opioid drug abuse ,who will be able to take care of me or anyone who has family or loved ones with any of these issues.Its really something to think about. #familyculture#familie#care#hospice#homecare#aging#illness#thingstothinkabout#parents#grandparents#qualitycareadvisor#caring#caregivers#community#upbringing#asianamericans#tradition#respect#understanding#support
It’s my 43rd birthday today but the first I’ve had on here. Thank you for being so nice to me during my first few months.
A small break from all things property/interiors.
This is probably my favourite ever photo. #postitandsmile I am 2/3 and it’s from a simpler time when society thought it perfectly acceptable to put pink jumpers on monkeys and have them in the local high street for your child to be photographed with!!?! At least I have the decency to look puzzled about it!
Of course it was also totally ok to cut your child’s hair yourself using an actual bowl!! 🙈 Still though, I love the photo-maybe because I’m with my Dad, maybe because I actually love 🐒 or perhaps because I recognise the backdrop as the Murrygate in Dundee, and it still looks exactly the same today-somehow that’s really comforting.
A wee photo of when I was born too with my lovely Mum and my Port Glasgow grandparents. All three wonderful people I very much wish were still around.
Getting older is a gift. I’ve seen too many taken young to feel otherwise. I don’t love the grey hairs but I do so appreciate that I’m here and I try not to take any day or anyone for granted.
Sorry for getting all reflective-it’s an age thing 😉 will be back to 🏘 tomorrow!
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I read a post once about a grandma who had a photo session done of her and the grandkids. I thought it odd at first, but continued to read.
We often fuss that mom is always the one behind the camera and never getting photos with the children. In today’s day and age we have lots of selfies with our kids, but usually not many decent photos.
However, grandparents- they are the ones really missing the photos. Grandma and grandpa rarely ever have good photos of themselves with their grand babies.
In this exact moment that post sprang to my mind and I snapped this photo of my mom and my baby girl this summer while visiting Texas. I will never regret catching that moment on film. I see my two favorite ladies loving each other with all of their hearts and it makes me tear up.
Mommas, get photos of your babies with their grandparents. Those are important memories too. Those moments are fleeting too. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The people that truly appreciate the art of the handwritten note are our most loved grandparents. This coming September 8, make your Lolo and Lola smile with these greeting cards, handmade with love. It's blank inside which gives you so much space to write, draw or doodle your love for your dearest grandparents.
These cards will be available only at @tiemeupbuttercup branches in Greenbelt 5 (that cute little shop in front of Tory Burch) and at the Shangri-la Plaza, East Wing.
My parents are amazing. I'm forever grateful for them & their support. As I got older, my relationship with them improved because they give me the space, respect & trust to be myself. Their view on kids was/is different to mine but they've always respected my choices & over time, I've noticed them change their approach & take on board the things that work for us. It melts my heart. Like this moment. When I left Mila for bedtime with them for the first time. Bedtime for us is special & Mumma only time. Naturally she was pretty upset (not for long) but was never left alone & comforted the whole time.
They are so accommodating of our food allergy/intolerances always going above & beyond to learn more, cook things we can have & menu search when organising places to go.
I've struggled in other areas of my life of late but it's made me even more appreciative of them. The hardest workers, so selfless, so consistent, so accepting. 💗🙌
I’m so thankful for my parents, and who they are to my baby girls! These three girls love their Nana & Poppy so much!!❤️ So much that Dakota had huge crocodile tears today when they left out the driveway to head back to San Antonio. 😭 Thank you Mom and Dad for all the love and support you give my girls and my family everyday!! We couldn’t do life without you.❤️ Love you to the moon and back! . #cadencejoyce#dakotarose#emersonjean#grandparents#grandparentslove#cornettcasa
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I love learning about all the different names for family members. This was a recent custom order request.
My family are Welsh, so grandmother is Nain & grandfather is Taid. What do your kids call their grandparents, aunties & parents?
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My granddaughter sent me this picture and text today: "I am a child of God. Love you Grammers!"
"Who are we? We are children of God. Our potential is unlimited. Our inheritance is sacred. May we always honor that heritage - in every thought and deed."
-Russell M. Nelson
I wish I could rewind time and make it stand still for a while. 10 years ago we said goodbye to grandpa one last time. It was his 77th birthday.
This is now our year of firsts without Grandma too. To say I miss them is a gross understatement. They were the most wonderful, supportive, loving grandparents anyone could ever hope for. And it will never be lost on me of how lucky I was to call them mine.
I know today, they are together. And I can just imagine the music being played. #gratitude#love#family#grief#birthdays#anniversaries#grandparents
This is where I learned about family and nature, and how both can be a comfort to me. I spent so many years with my mother and grandparents; taking walks in the woods, swimming in the lake, reading books on the porch, making food over the campfire, and identifying plants and trees. So much happiness and joy! When my grandma Josephine passed away, I stopped going. It didn’t feel the same. It hurt to remember. And when the cabin burned down several years ago, I grieved for my grandma all over again. Not too many years after that, I lost my grandpa Ron. Their cabin was rebuilt and I have been there several times since, but it still didn’t feel the same. Because they were the heart of this place and that time in my life. Being here this weekend, I realized. But DAMN if this ain’t a metaphor for life!!!! When something so good, so pure, rooted in memories of safety, love, and adventure is ruined by something beyond our control, we could lament forever about what and who we have lost, or we can find the beauty in what exists now, and create new memories. Nothing is really lost, it just takes on a new form. ♾ I see my grandparents in everything I am. And a cabin is really just a cabin....and I will fill any new space with the love I have for my children and my family. #cabinlife#miafamiglia#naturelover#grandparents#lifelessons#stilllearning#stillgrowing#makingmemories#yooper#forlife
Grateful to be able to spend this beautiful, God given Sunday with my grandparents and hubby. Seafood lunch and wine tasting all around Morgan Hill was a blast.
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How many patterns can you find? Going through photos has been very emotional- I’ve been crying for an hour now- so I thought I’d show this cute one that doesn’t make me cry. #grandparents#tatee#zhidee
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I completely agree❤️ Growing up with my Grandma near was the best thing ever! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ My Grandma taught me so much; Especially about unconditional love. I knew that my Grandma loved all her Grandkids and would do anything in the world for us.
I want the same for my Grandbabies. I want them to know that I love them with all my heart, and that they are my world💕. They truly are one of life’s greatest gifts❤️ #emisangels#grandparents #grandma#grandmalove #lovemygramdbabies#my Grandbabiesaremyworld #oneoflifesgreatestgifts
What a weekend! Erik and I were able to work on Friday and celebrate our anniversary on Saturday all because the grandparents stepped in. We are so grateful we have you in all our lives. #triplets#grandparents#trio#newborn#family