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Thursday, October 20, 2011


Someday there may again be time to post about things other than grandchildren.

But that will be a sad day for me.

I love these little people, who are little for such a short short time.

Feintsje had a wonderful time talking to his Pake this afternoon.

For the past two weeks Pake has gotten out of work at 2:00 pm. I absolutely LOVE this at 2:00 pm. Not so much at 4:00 am or when he goes to bed early in the evening.

Feintsje on his tummy means only one thing, he is going to flip over onto his back and then wonder why the scenery has changed so dramatically.

And now he is thrilled that he can find his thumb EVERY time he wants it.


My name WAS Female, I shit you not! said...

Brings the memories back of those days. :0)

He is adorable and I miss that baby smell.
By the end of December I will have all those memories refreshed when I hold another great grand. :0)

Mary said...

Judy, he is the cutest little guy! He is growing so fast, my goodness. They are little for such a short time. It seems we turn around and they are going to school. I know you enjoy them. You are blessed and so are those little ones.

daisymarie said...

Asher was a thumb sucker and whenever he went for it we knew that sleep was not far away. Sweet memories. I understand what you're saying. Now that Asher is in school and Beth has changed jobs we have him much less. I really miss my red headed wonder.

Lisa in Texas = ) said...

What great photos! I especially like the thumb sucking one and him looking so intently at his Pake.
You are so right, they are little for such a short time - enjoy them while you can!
Enjoy your day,
Lisa :o)

Janie Fox said...

I love to see your littles. I feel the same way.
Anxious to see your room re-do. I adore ticking, and I collect it. Surprise, right!