Each year our church youth group selects a theme for their Christmas party. This year it was “A Wrinkly Christmas.” The idea was for the teens to dress up like grandparents. Since I’m one of the youth sponsors, and since I knew I would be the only real-live grandma at the party—I decided that would be my costume. I would dress up as the “authentic grandma.”
The authentic grandma then crashed the Youth Wrinkly Christmas Party. What fun!
The Youth were “play pretend” grandparents, but I was the real deal as you can see from the photo below. Here I am posing with the winner of best costume. (By the way, this is a guy!)
In this photo I’m posing with another of the Youth Sponsors.
Now our teens know how an authentic millennial grandma rocks!
This year’s Christmas Party (the Wrinkly Christmas Party) was a blast. And served to remind me why I love hanging out with teens!!
Merry Christmas to all the Clean Teen Reads Family!
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