Day 9 of my recent 30 Day Thankfulness Challenge; I am thankful for #1 grandson #1 granddaughter and #2 granddaughter.

What would life be like without Gandchildren?

They are a major part of our life.  Pure Joy! Pure Love! An absolute delight to feel the warmth of our grandbaby inside our hug.

#1 Grandson – Loves cars,lightning mcqueen, Mader,  bad guys, Lego blocks, European Playmobil  toys, he loves orange and the song Beautiful.

He seems to be a thinker [great imagination] and loves his little sister. The only thing he likes to hug her too much.

He doesn’t like noise so how does a person who don’t like noise live in a family that is all noise. 😀

#1 Granddaughter – Loves books and growing to love dolls and all things girlie unless her big brother is playing with his cars and legos.

She like her personal space and is a happy smiley little girl. Loves to sing and dance.  Actually they both do.. I think she is leaning toward a certain color and loves Open the Eyes song.

Sweetest brother-sister duo and nanny loves them both.

#2 Granddaughter – has such an endearing personality. She loves her stuffed toys and babies.  Loves bubble guppies. Knows so many words and a very smart little girl. Trying to talk in complete sentence is a delightful babbling brook.  Such a sweet petite little angel. Gentleness certainly describes Grandbaby#3.  She loves me singing to her. Nanny just loves every moment with her.

I love the rocking chair effect.

I was born to be a  “Nanny” a Newfoundland endearing term for grandmother.

4 of us Together – we love watching Ferdinand the Bull on my laptop.

We are all responsible to keep all children safe; Let’s do it together shall we?

Pertinent Quotes:

Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. ~ Charles (Chuck) Swindoll

What a grandmother says and sings to her grandbabies they will remember forever. Me

There’s no place like home . . . except Grandmas!

Surely, two of the most satisfying experiences in life must be those of being a grandchild or a grandparent. ~Donald A. Norber

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