You are so lucky to get to keep him.....have fun!Couldn't live without my Lemons!!
Watching our grandbabies is a great joy! I have the pleasure of watching my youngest grandson Nicholas. He is 20 months old! I hear him waking up from his nap now so I have to get off this computer! :)Have a great day!
Oh So precious!!My mother goes by Grammy too. Love that name.You two have some great snuggle time together.♥ Joy
You are so lucky to have this precious time together!
What a fun day for you....better than strqwberries AND navel oranges.
Awe, there is nothing more peaceful than holding a sleeping baby. And nothing cuter than a baby laughing when grandma blows strawberries on his tummy. Those were the navels and strawberries you were talking about right? LOL!If not, I'll have to go with honeydew melons... or honey do lists...either way I'm happy! Am I making any sense?
What cute little feet. Of course you're having a grand time!I like raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries.
What a precious picture. How adorable.My all time favorite is fresh peaches. My Papa had a peach orchard and I loved visiting him during the season..lolLoveMaggiePsdid you enter my CSN giveaway that ends tonight at midnight. I hope so
Hi Deb,Great to be back, and I know you are having so much fun at this new role of grandma. How blessed that you are able to keep him while his mother works. I know it puts your son and his wife at ease. Oh! by the way he is beautiful!!! Thanks for coming by and taking the time to leave me a sweet comment,Hugs,Sue
Awwww! Baby toes are so precious! Kiss those piggies for me, k?My fave fruit would have to be watermelon. Reminds me of summer, too. :)~Lisa
Okay, love those little feet. Those tiny toes are just adorable. I know you are enjoying every minute with him.Strawberries, nectarines, mango, peaches just to name a few.
Ohhhh those baby foot-si woot-sies!!! :-)Enjoy!Enjoy walking around with him, even a bit more, for me. I can not carry Gabriel, because of my ding-dang back. And it's tough. He is the last baby in the family and...... -sigh- And I always loved to do the "walk new babies around the establishment." That was my name for it. Kinda' bouncy walk, and very soothing for a fussy baby. My D-i-law always said, they could bring a fussy baby to 'Nana' and 'Pop' and he/she would quiet, and they [Moma & Daddy] could take a nap. :-) Oh and I loved to dance while carrying them, especially to an 'Accordians of France' CD!!! -sigh- Just memories now. But, we do [and don't do] what we must. Enjoy!!!
Love the little "piggies". Having you watch the little one must make mom and dad's day much easier, knowing he is in great hands!
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