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My youngest granddaughter, Meghan, 9 years old is the most amazing child! She refuses to wear any frilly clothing, loves Harley motorcycles, the learning channel and many other non girley things. One
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Meghan's Apron

posted at 8/11/2008 11:58 PM EDT
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My youngest granddaughter, Meghan, 9 years old is the most amazing child! She refuses to wear any frilly clothing, loves Harley motorcycles, the learning channel and many other non girley things. One Christmas, I was feeling creative and decided to make a Christmas apron and include some recipes and other baking items in the package that I sent her for Christmas. To my surprise and delight, she loved the gift and is a budding chef! She still doesn't wear ruffles and pink, but is a well-rounded, bright and delightful granddaughter that I love very much.

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 7:40 AM EDT
Posts: 959
First: 1/30/2010
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They used to call them "Tomboys" when I was growing up.  But it is just people following their individual desires.  Who says girls have to wear ruffles?  Not me!

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 8:20 AM EDT
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First: 9/10/2008
Last: 4/15/2014
Nice!  Nothing wrong with a girl who isn't frilly!! Laughing

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 8:26 AM EDT
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First: 1/16/2009
Last: 4/16/2014
She sounds like a great granddaughter.  If everyone had the same like and dislikes it would be a borlng world.

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 9:26 AM EDT
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First: 8/8/2008
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Nice story you can hope she will be a great cook that gift is a start

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 9:44 AM EDT
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First: 10/6/2010
Last: 6/11/2011
That's what makes the world interesting, if everyone was the same it would be boring. Who wouldn't love something home made too.
Thanks for sharing your story, really enjoyed it.

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 1:35 PM EDT
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First: 6/23/2010
Last: 4/15/2014
Angel your grand daughter sounds like a fine young woman.  God bless and keep her.

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 3:10 PM EDT
Posts: 1101
First: 8/8/2008
Last: 11/28/2013
I was surprised to see that there are comments 3 years after my first submission. Meghan is still amazing, taller than me now but still a delight as a loving warm and caring individual

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/7/2011 3:42 PM EDT
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First: 11/14/2008
Last: 4/7/2014
What a great story - thanks for sharing!

Re: Meghan's Apron

posted at 5/27/2011 5:17 AM EDT
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First: 10/2/2008
Last: 10/4/2013
She is just different enough to make life interesting for her and you too.

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