Wednesday, March 11, 2009

feeding

I am constantly amused by my grandgirlie.

After raising two little boys who cared not one speck if anything in the world was fed but them. .

I have one wee one that understands mothering.

The bottle is rotated along the line. . and woe to the one that appears disinterested in eating.

William and Anna have occasionally requested a bit of lettuce ..

The fellow on the left was eyeing her cheese stick. .

ah .. .. 'tis all good in the bungalow. .

napping has begun .. .

In the next room .. .

I hear .. .

"row row row". .

If you could all just help with . . ."your boat"

All for now. .

with love,


14 comments:

  1. I'm smiling at this! I do remember my little Laura and her insistence that everyone be fed...and soon, very soon, she'll be feeding her own little one.

    I'm singing along now!

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  2. the girls, yes ... we have one now ...she was just
    ONE ... she is a girlie girl already.

    enjoy

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  3. I'm so happy that you get to experience the joy of a little girl too! So soon you'll be enjoying tea parties!

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  4. How adorable! You're making me want to try out having grandchildren -- but maybe I should wait a few years. My little girl is getting so big though.

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  5. Ahh g'children..they are the best! As Anneliese said..the tea parties are next.

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  6. It sounds like you have cousin camp all under control...even the meals are distributed in assembly-line style! So cute. Having four grandgirlies...I notice how different the grandson is (although he is a total cuddle-bear...unlike many boys).

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  7. Way to go.....It's called Wonderland.
    I love it.
    The excitement of these little ones.

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  8. So darn sweet. Yep little girls are different from little boys :0)

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  9. Awwww, she's a thoughtful little one, isn't she? What a big help she'll be in the kitchen one day. Oh, and I'm just grinning here imagining her little apron!

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  10. How sweet! I raised an only son and so missed out on the delights of a girl-child, and no sign of a grandchild in the near future either. So I'm glad you and others share some of the best things with the rest of us!

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  11. I remember my awe at some of the differences between my older boy and younger girl. Lots of laughs too!

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  12. The New Boy likes his food and his electronics, namely his mama's cell phone!

    The Girlie makes me smile. I was thinking of Anna and William today. Eleanor was asking about them...

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  13. One of the deepest joys I find in having my little girl (my only child) is watching her "nurture" her little baby doll. That maternal instinct that God has given is precious and wondrous to behold.

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Thank you!