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Friday, March 8, 2013

Breakfast FOR Champions

Good morning,

This is the third and final day of our three day weekend with six grandchildren staying with us. 

Can you tell that Alex loves bacon?  ;)
Aunt Catherine prepared a HUGE breakfast for our six champions. 
It was a fun weekend to have them all here. 

I love meals like this.Some wonderful family memories were made this weekend.

Enjoy,
Lois

15 comments:

Olive Knitting said...

you guys get "grandparents of the year"! six all at once!

Alex is a kid after my own heart...at least when it comes to pork products.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I know you loved having your grands with you. What wonderful memories you're creating for them!

MarkD60 said...

Canada Dry Ginger Ale? For the breakfast for champions, try Red Bull!
Just kidding! Have a wonderful weekend!

Montanagirl said...

That breakfast looks like what I like to eat for breakfast! I bet you all had a wonderful time together! Nothing like grandchildren to create memories with!!

TexWisGirl said...

love a full and noisy table. :)

VP said...

You brought back some very nice memories of mine, from a long time ago. By the way, that's appetite!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

I had bacon today myself. Have not had that for awhile. My, my if I knew you were having it. I would of pulled my chair up closer to the computer. To atleast smell it. You think?

Love those memories of your family. How nice all those G. children.

You even have a nice tablecloth on. Your brave. Ha,ha.Well that is what Grandma's are for.

Bob Bushell said...

Looks like it is a fun time.

Jori said...

That looks like a mighty fine breakfast! I bet the kids had a blast!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Just catching up on blog reading, Lois, and seems you have had a houseful of grands as well as a grand breakfast buffet. Now where will you be going for some R&R once everyone returns home?

Sherry said...

You and Kjell are absolute wonderful grandparents! I can't imagine all six kids at once! And hats off to Catherine for that breakfast.

Marit Johanne said...

How nice it must have been!

Elaine said...

What a great time you must have had with all the activity and noise that goes along with six kids--I raised five, so I know how how loud it can get! As much fun as you had with them, I'll bet you will savor the peace and quiet when your house goes back to normal.

Jack said...

Cute, Lois.

Rose said...

I cannot imagine having six grandchildren...I bet your joy knows no bounds. And bet there is never, ever a dull moment.