Baby, it’s cold outside, but nothing warms the heart like the cute things from the mouth of babes – especially if they’re OUR grandbabes.
Enjoy this month’s Grandgiggles from our readers:
1.My son just came in and said there's a dead rat (it was an Opossum) on the sidewalk and there's a bunch of yellow jackets going to its funeral. Kids! MBE, Bay Village, OH2.My grandparent moniker is “Grammy”. Suffice it to say that when 2 year-old Charrie could only say “Glammy” I was thrilled. But the best was a few weeks ago during the Grammy Awards. My daughter called to tell me that 4-year old Dylan came running in, excited, shouting, “Mommy! Mommy! Grammy is going to be on TV! Is that because she’s the best grammy in the world?” I can only hope the answer was, “Yes”, but was afraid to ask. GDD, Tulsa, OK3.Yay! Grandbabies are coming over to play. Love this update from their dad: He said to Asher, "Do you know what 'trust' means? Mommy and Daddy put a lot of trust in you." Asher paused, turned to him and said, "I put a lot of love in you." Then turned to his Mommy and said, "I put a lot of love in Mommy, too." RB, Columbus, OH4.Mommy you're my best friend because you give me piggy back rides and soup and bologna sandwiches and I love you. KR, Omaha, NEB5.I love that Charlie calls Starbucks "Coffee Queen". Look at the logo. It makes sense. DJD, Cleveland, OH
If you enjoyed these, you’ll love some of the other Grandgiggle Articles!
·Top 5 grandgiggles to brighten your day·Top 10 Grandgiggles from the mouth of our babies to make you smile·A celebration of grandchildren’s use of language·Top 5 grandgiggles from children and grandchildren to make you laugh·The grandest kind of giggle comes from the mouth of babes·Grandgiggles and the top 10 reasons to smile for the health of it·From the mouth of grandbabes come life's greatest wisdom
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