Breakfast At Grandma's

Posted by Ginger~~Enchanting Cottage

Well for Thanksgiving my daughter and grandson's came over for breakfast and we didn't see our son at all. But I am hoping that next year they all come over for breakfast and then they can go to inlaws for dinner maybe it would make life a bit easier if I just plan on them being with inlaws so then I won't get hurt and I can still see them. So anyways this is what I made my grandson to eat well the 10 month old kinda ate a little bit of it but the 4 year old LOVED it he kept say WOW! Here is a picture of what I made I need to perfect it some as this just kinda came into my mind.

My camera is not working very well everything is kinda blurry I will have to make some adjustments ( I need to learn how first) But this guy was so cute I was surprised my grandson didn't mind eating him. When I first make pancakes that look like a teddy bear he cried because he didn't want to eat the bear. But to my surprise he ate this very well.

Have a nice day

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How cute! You must be a great grandmother!

November 26, 2007 at 8:37 AM

Oh my gosh!
That is so cute!
Sandra Evertson

November 26, 2007 at 1:58 PM

That is so cute!

One time my camera was not working well and then I realized that there was a huge smudge mark on the lens. Check that first!

November 26, 2007 at 2:04 PM

Having a big Thanksgiving Breakfast for your family sounds like a fabulous idea! If some of them go elsewhere for lunch or dinner that day, breakfast is a wonderful choice.
I am sorry for your hurt feelings...our kids can do that to us sometimes. We just have to work with them the very best we can, I think. For my family, Christmas Eve is MY time with all the family. Everyone comes here for dinner and opening gifts. It is such a wonderful time with our family and we so look forward to it every year. On Christmas Day, both son and his family and daughter and her family all go to their spouses parents house. Bill and I always spent Christmas Day with his sister...she passed away in the summer. Now, we spend the day with friends, cousins and etc. It has all worked out so well and I hope you can work things out with your family for holidays.
hugs, bj

November 26, 2007 at 3:26 PM

Oh Ginger, that little guy is so cute. I love the hair. Breakfast as a family is a lovely idea. Hope that next year your son comes as well.

November 26, 2007 at 4:22 PM

Pretty creative. I'll have to try it on my 5 yr. old grand-daughter.
My mother always made cupcakes for my son in ice cream cones. He still talks about that and he is 30! Little things mean a lot.
Thanks for the idea!

November 26, 2007 at 6:01 PM

Ahhh...Just think how special you made you have made the day. When the turkey feast is over, the pumpkin pie is eaten~ the little ones will only remember the funny but creative breakfast Grandma made. This will be special. I know how hard it is to "share" our children. Actually, this is the first Thanksgiving in years we had all our children here...two of them surprised me, one came from out of town~ little stinkers~ no one let on what they had planned!

And my other surprise this week just came tonight...I can not tell you how touched I was by your gift & note. I know have a "favorite" beautiful toile coffee mug, and pumpkin spice coffee~ now I am not going to keep my nose out of this one :) ~ I love, love, love Pumpkin spice. I feel blessed. Thank you so very much.

November 26, 2007 at 10:39 PM

This is so are a very sweet grandma:). Linda

November 27, 2007 at 12:42 AM

Hi, Ginger...thanks for stopping by my place this morning.
We'll have a great time with our kids on C. Eve, won't we!!!
hugs, bj

November 27, 2007 at 3:37 PM

Thank you for visiting my blog today! Your house sounds like ours at the holidays! Both sides of my family had holiday traditions, and when hubby and I married, it doubled the traditions! Now hubby has his side over for a fancy breakfast on Thanksgiving and Christmas, then we visit with my side of the family for dinner. It works (unless there is snow and everyone stays home! lol).

November 28, 2007 at 9:16 AM

What a darling idea! I can't wait for grandkids some day!

:) Sharon

November 29, 2007 at 9:49 AM

That is so cool--I love it-

November 29, 2007 at 3:11 PM

Can I come to breakfast at your house?!? That's too cute : ) You are such a wonderful Grandma. You're making lots of great memmories for the kids.

Love you,


December 2, 2007 at 5:50 PM

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