Grandparents Day is this Sunday!
It’s observed the first Sunday after Labor Day and it’s a terrific time to celebrate some of the most important people in our kids’ lives (whether they’re actual family members or older, beloved friends and neighbors). Here are some fun ways to celebrate Grandparents Day:
Send Some Flowers: Pick them, draw them, have them delivered: Forget-me-Nots are the official flower of Grandparents Day. (Check out our floral art here!)
Cook Up Some Memories: What is Grandma’s favorite meal? What kind of cookies does Grandpa like best? Invite them into the kitchen and cook them together. Or recreate a favorite recipe they used to love when they were kids.
Sing a Happy Song: What songs were popular when Nana and Pop-Pop were little? When they were teenagers? Create a CD of their old favorites, and throw in a few of your favorite songs for them to enjoy!
Reach Out: Contact your Grandparents, either by phone, Skype, or in person. The most important way to celebrate is to let them know you love them!