The challenge this time is to portray connection in some way. Bridges have been popular, and I was thinking of our brand new wireless NBN connection (not very exciting photos, though), but my grand daughter Juniper is 2 (TWO!) tomorrow, so I’m going with family connection, and trying not to post too many pictures. There are only a handful of photos of my baby years (nearly 60 years ago), but there must be hundreds of Juni, thanks to digital technology…
Juni’s mum and Auntie Lucie, 1987
Three weeks or so, and so small.
First meeting with grandpa
six month birthday in the park
Granpa, Juni and Mary – her Mum’s favourite dolly.
1 year old
First time with a spoon to lick – i think she nailed it.
Fabulous pencil grip!
Dress by Granny
All the family
At great Granma and Grandad’s house
Uncles Alex and Tristan
We are going to see Juni for her birthday in a week or two, so I don’t have recent photos of my own – but here are some that mum Zoe sent me…
She can’r resist puddles…
Knitwear by Granny.
Granny (ie, me)
Feel free to add comments of the “my how she’s grown” and “isn’t she the cutest kid ever” variety! Sometime around New Year, she will have a little cousin. Renovations to our kids old cubby are planned…
We all met up at Cactus Country for Juniper’s Uncle Simon’s 40th – one of the staff took family photos for us, so no one was missing. It’s a great place to visit – make sure and take your camera when you do!
‘Beginning’ provides an excellent excuse to post some photos of my Grand daughter, Juniper. At seven and a bit weeks of age, she is at the beginning of life, and very keen to dive right in and learn all about it. Wouldn’t it be great to have back all that wonder and enthusiasm (she will gaze intently for minutes at a time at the shelves of books…), but without the difficulties of locomotion and communication…