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Wednesday, 23 May 2012


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So sweet - a lovely photo too - what a long road ahead he has!

Rebecca Stees

So precious! Lucky you! Wonder what he'll be when he grows up?


Distance is hard for grandparents and grandchildren alike, thank goodness for technology, it makes a tremendous difference for us.

Julie Jeavons

Oh definitely one to record - I have missed so many with my DD and my memory is getting worse. She would relate to your story - her Daddy is over 100 miles away.


how lovely.


Great to capture the moment.


He is, as you know we say round here "no dope" then :)

Uncle Dave phoned Little E yesterday and asked him what he was up to. "I'm up to hoovering" he said.


Definitely one for the scrapbook - delightful!


A lovely conversation to capture Alexa x

Jen Hart

Out of the mouths of babes....
Captured :)

Karen Walker

You're so right to get it done right away! All those conversations I thought I'd never forget are long gone! I won't be so careless with my grandchildren.

Jacky S

Like Karen, I wish I'd recorded those type of magical conversations when my children were little.

Missus Wookie

Love that you've recorded it and shared it - gave me a smile this morning.

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