A witty and affectionate grandmother poem A4 print. Wording can be changed to Nan, Nanny, Gran etc!
Our heartfelt grandmother print makes the perfect gift - whether it's for granny's birthday, nanny's christmas present, or a present from the grandkids on mother's day.
Whether she's a godsend to mother or a garden lover, everyone will recognise the heroine described in 'What is a Grandmother?'
We offer you the option of changing the wording of the title and last line from 'Grandmother' to 'Granny', 'Nana' etc if you wish.
Background colours available are green, grey or taupe.
The print comes unframed.
You are welcome to add a complimentary two line personalised message beneath (not inside) the poem, as in the images. We will shorten the poem by removing the last two rhyming lines (ending god-blesser & nana) to make room to do this. We recommend a maximum of 8 words on each of the two personalised lines.
The text reads:
What is a Grandmother?
A sewer, a knower, a photograph shower
A helper, a knitter, a keen babysitter
A mender, a sender, a coaxer & lender
A carer, a sharer, a sometimes grey-hairer.
A story reader, a changer & feeder
A napper, a clapper, a present wrapper
A grandchild spoiler, a tidying toiler
A treater, a greeter, a sponge cake eater.
A school gate collector, an up-to-date texter
A birthday cake baker, an early waker
A ringer, a bringer, a smiler & singer
A thinker, a winker, a cup of tea drinker.
A maker, an acher, a micky taker
A hugger, a kisser, a grandchild misser
A history teacher, a go to the beacher
A dryer upper, a maker of supper.
A definite winner for Sunday dinner
A drawing displayer, a generous payer
A godsend to mother, a garden lover
A writer, delighter, a stay the nighter.
A what do you sayer & board game player
A laugher, a crafter, a fun looker-after
A debater, relater, a cold weather hater
A trusted adviser, indulgent surpriser
A cleaner, a dresser, a nurse & god-blesser
A worrier, planner, a much loved Nana.
Thats what makes a Grandmother!
Copyright Joanna Miller 2012. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem.)