Sunday, February 28, 2016

Tea Time with Granddaughter Reese on a Bee-utiful Morning

One morning last week, my daughter dropped off my granddaughter, Reese with me while she went jogging. It is very convenient because they only live next door. As soon as they stepped inside the door, I asked Reese what she wanted to do.  She said without   hesitation, "Tea Party!!" It was 72 degrees and sunny outside, so I said "Why not!.
 And so with Reese's help, we gathered our selected tea things on the back porch, I brewed some tea and then we were ready.

 With a nice and bright morning, I thought this bee set would be appropriate.
 And bunny is ready to welcome spring.
 Bee napkin rings
 I have some bee salad plates and for an impromptu tea party, I just could not find them. But of course, I located them in the garage all packed up nicely in a bin afterwards. But, I found this pretty springy plate. I think I won it from one of the blog giveaways. Sorry, but I cannot remember who but  I thank you, cause it is really pretty and I love it especially the edges.
 These bee cups and saucers were perfect. I was so lucky to find them on clearance at Homegoods on one of our travels, and boxed, a set of 2 for $3.99. Scored!!!
 Look at the little bee inside the cup! Cute!

 I used this dainty tea linen with pretty embroideries for our table topper.
 Oreos (Reese's favorite), food for the gods and merengue for our sweets.
When Reese's 2 brothers came home from school and found out we had a tea party, they said "No fair, we had to miss the goodies", lol.
 Love this bee set!


Reese is enjoying her raspberry tea, cooled with a little ice.
When we first had a tea party, I taught Reese how to hold the teacup like a lady and she remembered. See how dainty her little fingers are!

 Lastly I just want to share a picture of my late blooming Christmas cactus. Yep! It is just blooming right now.
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28 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Reese is absolutely precious!! And you are the best grandmother...I can take many cues from you with my Elsie! I love the bee dishes and treats. Such fun for both of you!

Much love and good thoughts, my friend,

Janie

Annesphamily said...

Christine, what a delightful tea party. Reese is precious as can be and your bee tea set is sweet as can bee! Happy Blue Monday and enjoy a wonderful week. Hugs, Anne xo

Sarah said...

Buzzzz - you know I'm smiling, Christine. Reese is the perfect tea time companion. ;-)

Christine Graves said...

What a sweet tea party! And your #1 guest is just adorable... Beautiful table Christine

Ann said...

Precious time with Reese, wonderful memories made.
Ann

bj said...

She is adorable...hope all of you are doing good...
xo

SmilingSally said...

Hi Chrstine,

What a special time you had with Reese! I celebrate with you. Thanks for playing today.
Have a Beautiful Blue Monday!

Bonnie said...

What a delightful tea party! I know Reese will have special memories of her grandmother. You have lovely things to pull out in a hurry for a tea party.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a fun tea party party with bees, a bunny and your adorable Reese! You're making such special memories, Christine!
Also, your soup tureens look so pretty displayed above your cabinets.

Margie said...

I'm all abuzzed over your super cute tea party!

Grantham Lynn said...

Sweet fun post. What a lovely tea party.

Bernideen said...

Bees and butterfly and Reese - what could be better. She's a doll and a perfect model. So glad you shared and linked this fun tea time on the porch!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What an adorable tea party with an adorable little lady! I love the tea set but Reece really wins the prize for being the center of attention! She's a little doll! Thanks so much for sharing this darling post with us.

Blessings,
Sandi

Laurie Ritchey said...

Christine, Reese is precious, and she's learning a lot from her grandmother. Look at that pinky finger sticking up while she drinks her tea! Your bee tea set is so pretty, but I love those cups and saucers. What a great deal you got on those. I know the grandchildren are enjoying having you close by as much as you are enjoying them.

Lori -thestonybrookhouse said...

Aren't you the sweetest grandma... lovey tea party!

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh Christine, what a sweet time making wonderful memories! I just a sweet tea party like this one! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Christine,
Beautiful blessing from heaven above! I just know how much your Grandmother's heart cherished this special tea party with your little miss.
Such sweet china and tea cups too!
Blessings,
Jemma

Annesphamily said...

A wonderful share and although I was here before, seeing adorable Reese and your tea celebration today I have returned with a heavy heart. Smiling Sally passed away yesterday. A sadness for all of us who knew her so well. I had to come back and make sure I left each comment as I do each week and I had missed some. Sally rarely did. Even when she was so ill. Anyway I am going to share my blues in Monday posts to honor her memory and pray for her family. :-(

Chloe Crabtree said...

What a wonderful time to share with your granddaughter. I love that adorable tea set! I am not a tea drinker, but I sure appreciate setting a pretty tea party table like you have done! Thank you so much for sharing over at Celebrate Your Story!

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Love this Christine. That is the sweetest tea. I enjoy tea now and then. Thanks for sharing your special tea at DI&DI.

Sandra Lee said...

Reese is adorable and how nice that you were ready at a moment's notice to have a tea party with her.

Parsimonious Perfection said...

How adorable Christine! Your tea guest is just too cute! I adore those buzzy bee napkin holders, too, how fun!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a wonderful time together and I am jealous you having your DD next to you and that cutie can visit for a lovely tea party. I love all the dishes for spring you chose and the cute setting for her you did and specially the memories of these moments are priceless.
Yes, we're all sad in blogland for Sally's passing, I am very down this day.
Blessings to you and yours Christine.
FABBY

Traci said...

Reese is so pretty! My Christmas cactus is blooming too! It bloomed at Christmas too. Looks like it was a fabulous day for an outdoor tea party.

Darlene said...

How cute! I love the special bee touches. Your granddaughter will always have beautiful memories of your time together. I used to have tea parties and still do with my 24 year old daughter and she still remembers all of them. take care, Darlene

Storypiece said...

What great memories you are creating with your granddaughter. Thank you for sharing at the Celebrate Your Story Link Up Party. Cheers!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Christine, I am featuring your post at No Place Like Home today. Enjoy your day.

Blessings,
Sandi

The Charm of Home said...

What a sweetheart she is!! Adorable! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

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