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With a 2 and 4 year old in the house, things are bound to get broken. Why does it always seem to be something brand new or something precious to me?
This teacup is from my grandma’s china set, which was given to me as a wedding pressent. My grandparents were like a second set of parents to me and I loved them both dearly. My grandma passed away in March of 1995 and this last March she would have been 100 years olf.
I vowed to keep her china on display and not hidden away because I want to remember her. About two weeks ago through some strange series of events involving both my girls and the kitty condo, the sugar bowl was broken. Yep, I cried.
Yesterday, my little dears broke a big ceramic cat, also from my grandma. Keep in mind, the china is beautiful. The cat…not so much. But, as a kid I played with the cat all the time.
So now I’m wondering. Should I have these precious things on display? The china is in a china cabinet with a few open shelves, so it’s not like I have things just laying around, hey, here’s a gravey boat under the rug.
How about you? What do you do with your precious momentoes? Do you keep them safe and hidden? Do you h ave them on display and figure whatever happens, happens? I would love to hear your thoughts and ideas.
Find Your Fabulous,
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