My Grandmother Betty and I
Everyone was coming for the birthday party, so we stayed with my Grandma. She already knew we were planning a party (but she didn't know how big it was) so it was okay that we stayed with her. About 50 people were there- all 4 of her living cousins, two of her children, most of her grandchildren and almost all of her great grandchildren. We played Grandma Betty BINGO and learned more about her life. I read a poem and Grandma herself read a poem about her life (so sweet!). We presented her with a super cute poster made out of gift cards (made by Kelsy), had lots of Armenian food and had a 90 piñata- with one for the kids and one for the adults (complete with prunes and nail files).
Everyone said such sweet things about her and she said "Now I don't have to attend my own funeral- it's like I've already been!" It was so great not to wait until someone passes away to let them know how much we love them! We love you, Grandma Betty!!
Grandma- being surprised! The event was at the Church and she doesn't attend Church. She commented "Well, finally at the age of 90- you have gotten me into Church!" ha ha!
One of my kids took this shot, but I love it! Amy and Molly- my sisters!
Larissa and Grandma- Grandma had such a great time- laughing and smiling! Larissa, Molly and Aunt Janie did most of the work and they did an awesome job!
Kalea, our newest nephew- Arthur and Cash photobombing the pic!
We got to meet this sweet little new cousin- Arthur- who at almost 6 weeks old and 10-11 pounds is on his way to being a big kiddo! He is so precious and Elizabeth (and I) loved holding him and meeting him!
Quincy- our 2 yr old cousin!
We drove back to Arizona safely (phew!). What a great trip and Spring Break!