Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Little Girls Tea Party

                                                              Hello everyone,
                       One day recently I had two of my granddaughters come for a visit so we had a little teaparty. I have some pretty dresses in the closet and let them pick one to dress up in.
                      These pretty Mason Vista children's teacups were a gift from a friend who knows how we love our tea parties-right girls!

                               I smile over Olivia with her little pinkie out.
                                 The very old teapot was also part of the lovely gift.
                    There was lots of giggles and I even got voted the best Grandma ever!

                                                 Abby enjoying her tea.

                                                        Pretty dresses.

                                                            A pensive Abby.
                              The markings on the bottom.
                         It is always fun to have a little girls tea party!

                        I am joining Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday.

                              Thank you for stopping by-it was fun having you too!



Jojo said...

We had plenty of tea parties while the grandgirls were here but we didn't dress up. Oh what fun!! I can't wait till they come again. I'm inspired!

Jeanne said...

How wonderful indeed.
I love each of your postings.I always leave smiling and happy.
Much love and many blessings.

Love Jeanne♥

Anne said...

What sweet photos Carolyn! Oh how I miss those days with my daughter! We had lots of tea parties!What wonderful memories!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

That is so darling, Carolyn! I'm looking forward to having tea parties with my granddaughter. I can't believe you even have a beautiful transferware tea set in a child size version! I love it!

Beth said...

Beautiful tea party, beautiful girls! You are creating great memories for them.

Deb said...

This is so cute. My grand-daughter is almost 3 and already enjoys 'having tea'. Your girls are so lovely and what fun memories you are creating for them. They look so well behaved, too. I can just imagine the conversation. :)

Anonymous said...

so pretty pretty pretty, and you ARE the best grandma ever!
hugs, dana ;o)

domenica.60 said...

Enchanting little girls with their very,very pretty crochet hats !
I'm very fond of your world :)

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh so adorable. What a wonderful Grandma you are to host tea parties for these dear little granddaughters. They are so sweet in their pink dresses. Lovely teacups for dainty hands too. Blessings, Pamela

Mari said...

Aww this is just sooo sweet and adorable ;)


podso said...

I would think you are the best grandma! Dress up clothes and a dress up tea party? You just can't beat that for a little girl! What wonderful memories you are making for them. My guess is whenever they sip tea when they are grown up, they will think of you!

Chatouille bonheur said...

Hello Carolyn to you it's so cute, si la vie m,avait donner un fille j'aurais eu de nombreux party de thé avec elle , tout comme vous .

Quand j,étais toute petite je me souviens que ma grand-mère paternel m'avait donner un service a thé, je n'avais personne avec qui le partager mes jouer de nombreuse heures avec mes toutou , mes poupées qui me servais d,amies pour jouer au thé party.

Elle sont très coquine vos petite fille et ces beaux de voir ce party de thé comme elle le partage.

bonne semaine a vous et gros bisou.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh how adorable!

You really ARE the best Gma ever!

I pray one day to have gbabies, but don't think it is ever going to happen. Oh well, I shall have to live vicariously through you then!

The china gift is really thoughtful, wow, someone knows you well! : - )

Cindy said...

This is so sweet, Carolyn. Little girls are made for tea parties and pretty dresses.
Hugs, Cindy

relevanttealeaf said...

Your granddaughters are beautiful, Carolyn! What wonderful and lasting memories you are making with them. I enjoyed this post very much [must be the grandma in me! ;-)]. ~ Phyllis

Katy Noelle said...

I just think that femininity is a beautiful thing! =] and, girls time is worth diamonds! and... all those giggles... teehee! Joy! =D

They're darling! =]


sandy said...

How sweet and you're making wonderful memories for them. Love the teacup set! They're adorable!
sandy :)

June said...

You are creating such amazing memories for these girls Carolyn! They will never forget these special times at your house. Your g-daughters are so beautiful and yes, I think I vote you the best too!!!
sending warm hugs...

Susan said...

Loved seeing the awesome teaparty with your beautiful granddaughters, Carolyn.

I can see why you would be voted best Grammie!

Loved the photo, especially, with the little pinkie in the air as she raised the teacup to her lips. So dainty and sweet.

Thanks for sharing this absolutely precious occasion. Susan

Magnolia Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
What a beautiful little girls teaparty! Your granddaughters are so sweet! Love their cute outfits. And very pretty china.
Wishing you a wonderful week.

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Carolyn,
What precious little girls dressed in their finery.
I love the old transfer ware.
Granny of the year! Yes, indeed.
Best, Ruthie

Sanna - My Blueberry House said...

This must be every little girls´ dream. They are so sweet in their pretty dresses. Of course you won the "Best Grandma in the whole wide world-award"! :)

Have a nice day,

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am very late visiting for tea, sorry. Since I got home, it's been one thing after another with me. Head cold and a sprained hand/wrist which makes typing difficult. Glad there's a silver lining in that cloud...
Your little granddaughters are so cute in their pink hats and frocks. Love the tea set too. How fun!
Someday I hope to have tea parties with my little one too as they are planning on moving back to the Island. Yay!
Thanks for coming to tea and enjoy your day.