Thursday, July 24, 2008

Children's Teapots and Tea Parties




I am getting my children's teapots and tea sets ready for the arrival of Princess KJ, our 7 year old granddaughter. She will arrive this evening for a 3 week visit. We have many fun activities planned to do while she is at Grandma and Grandpa's. I have promised her a tea party. It doesn't have to be a fancy tea party and I don't have to prepare a bunch of gourmet foods. PBJ sandwiches, cupcakes and cookies will work for the menu, because this tea party is not about the food or the beverage. This tea party will be all about making memories with Grandma!

8 comments:

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

Wow...what a great thing to be able to look forward to! Hope you have a wonderful time filled with lots of special memories!

Rosemary said...

Have fun Linda! What a fun time you will all have, I'm sure!
Nancy

mjenningsdesigns said...

COUNTDOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WooHoo! Can't wait to hug KJ to pieces:-)

Her Aunt Melissa

Angela McRae said...

Lucky KJ! How blessed she is that she has such a lovely grandmother to introduce her to the pleasures of teatime. Enjoy!

Charli and me said...

You are absolutely right. I will never forget the tea parties I had at my grandmothers house. They remain such special memories for me. Your grandaughters will love it. I hope you have a wonderful time.

Paula said...

How fun!! (But I'm sure I remember you had the L'berger children's Tea Set...no?)

Linda said...

You are right, Paula. I have 3 children's Longaberger tea sets, one for each child. The teapot is a 2-cup pot and is very practical for adults to use, too.

jamie in rose cottage said...

What sweet little tea sets! I'd enjoy a tea party with those myself!

 

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