And I was given an apron that had my three grand-daughters names painted on it too.
I think as these girls grow up and leave home that they will take with them happy memories of their annual tea party and hopefully they will also remember the lessons that were taught.
We learned to make do with what we have to work with. Good life lesson also.
And we learned it's always more fun to "do it with a friend."
And "don't leave your messes for someone else to deal with."
And how about "life can be messy sometimes but hang in there and it will get better."
I still have my grandmothers aprons and they bring back happy memories of times spent with her!
Here's my future "Nurse Practioner" grand-daughter.
Now, if we can just get a lawyer in the family!
Do you have a tradition in your family that is being passed on to the next generation? If you don't do it, who will? Why not start one today?