Grandma and Grandpa TUTU have 61 great-grandchildren AND THEY ALL LIVE IN UTAH.  She always tell all her friends about our luncheons and they are always wishing all THEIR great-grandkids lived close by....oh the things you brag about when you are 91.

Happy Summer!  This Summer has really flown by like none other.  I just got back from Girl’s Camp and that preoccupied my brain for the last little bit.  I’m excited to share with you today, one of my favorite family traditions…Grandma’s Luncheon.  On the same Tuesday every month, my girl cousins and our moms gather together at Grandma’s house or the park and have a luncheon.  This has been going on for about 8 years now.  We started it because all the girl cousins wanted OUR kids to able to spend more time with grandma TUTU, which means “Grandma” in Hawaiian.


Comments

  1. I LOVE how Mason is kissing his arm in the picture of the boys. He is such a stud.

  2. what an amazing family tradition! how neat that the great grand-kids get to know your grandmother

  3. I adore the shots with the wee ones looking at her hands/ring… so beautiful!

  4. Leah Simmers Says: August 10, 2011 at 10:56 am

    beautiful captures! The joy in her face radiates.

  5. What a beautiful post.

  6. what a great post. i know this sounds silly—but it really makes me wish there was a “real housewives of utah” so the world can see how beautiful motherhood and families can be.
    *kelly

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  8. Looks like everyone had a great time! I’m sure Grandma was happy to spend the day with her family. Precious memories!

  9. what beautiful pictures!!!! how sweet to have your grandbabies all around you!

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