Saturday, 28 March 2020

My Granddaughter



I couldn't resist sharing this with you, isn't she just adorable.  💖


This is my youngest grandchild Amira Vicki.  In this photo she almost 16 weeks old ... and already learning to read, it would seem the family love of books is continuing!!


" It's time to get back to my book Nana Sue."   😄


We don't see a lot of them anyway at the moment being so far apart, and of course with things the way they are right across the country even if we were closer we couldn't visit.  We are here in North Wales and Simon and his family all live in Cumbria, a good four hours away ... but we are very happily two hours nearer when we're at the Van.


But thanks to Simon being so besotted with his new daughter, as he quite rightly should be, and taking lots of photos of all of the children and posting them on social media, and in particular Facebook it means that we get to see her every week.


Amira with Daddy on his birthday last month.


She was the most perfect little gift 💖



Simon and Catherine … Amira's Mummy and Daddy in our paddock.



I have Simons permission to use and share these photos as I usually don't share much about the younger members of the family to respect their privacy in years to come.  But in these confusing and strange days I thought a little baby post would be something to awww over and make us all smile.


Nana Sue xx


21 comments:

  1. Gorgeous girl, she looks like her daddy, have a lovely weekend. xx

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  2. Thank you for the baby pictures. She's lovely, a sign of joy and hope for the future. I am so sad for all those couples whose ivf treatment has been cancelled because of covid19. Utterly heartbreaking for them.

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  3. Aah how lovely! I can definitely see you in her.
    Our youngest grandchild is only 4 weeks old. She also lives about 2hrs away from us but we did see her 4 times before this situation arose. We joke that she'll be crawling when we next see her. Her name is Luna.

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  4. Aww indeed, she's lovely and I think she looks a wee bit like you! It's hard not being able to cuddle the grandchildren just now isn't it. Our son introduced us to an app called Houseparty last week and it means we can all chat together at the same time, its brilliant. There are also silly games you can all do together and we had a great laugh doing that too. Thank goodness for technology, not to mention blogs, thank you for taking the time. xx

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  5. She looks an absolute poppet and thank goodness for the internet. It's not as good as a cuddle but if you can't have one, the other is a great alternative.
    xx

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  6. Definitely an "aw bless" post. She's a proper little poppet.

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  7. Look at those eyes! she's gorgeous!
    (almost as wonderful as this Nana Sue's grandchildren!)

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  8. She certainly is delightful and a great joy to see at this troubled time.

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  9. she's adorable, and a lovely name

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  10. Amira is beautiful, thank you for sharing her photo.

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  11. Such a precious little one.

    God bless.

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  12. So cute! Thank you for sharing such lovely photos x

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  13. She is beautiful, Sue, and I love how she is so interested with looking at the book. How sweet! Thanks so much for letting us see your lovely family.

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  14. She's just lovely Sue. We have 3 grandsons who are gorgeous and great fun!

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  15. Aww...she has really cheered me up, Sue, she is GORGEOUS. Thank you and mummy and daddy so much for sharing such beautiful photos x

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  16. Lovely photos, she is adorable. I think we'll all hold our families a little closer when this finally goes away.

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  17. What joyous pictures! Thank you for sharing and brightening my day. That gorgeous little girl looks like her Grandmother Sue!

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  18. Thank you for sharing this - adorable x x x

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  19. How sweet is she. Beautiful granddaughter Sue.

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