Wednesday, 14 October 2015

One


There are some more photos from my holiday to come but I'm interrupting the series, to celebrate that a whole year has passed since my second granddaughter was born. So much has happened in that time and I thank God that all's well. She is adorable (both of them are) - a happy, secure and easy-going little girl. They are settling into their new home in Yorkshire, although there is still plenty to do to get it all how they want it. My daughter found time to make this amazing cake for the birthday party. It's delightful to have them living nearer, so that it's now much easier for the whole family to get together.

I haven't managed a decent picture of either of the girls for ages. The one below was taken by their mum on a recent day out. I love my older granddaughter's expressions when she is looking at her sister - sort of loving and amused at the same time.

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  1. Nice cake and beautiful children. Life is good.

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    1. It certainly is John, but I know it's fragile too. I give thanks every day.

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  2. Hi Jenny - it must be so lovely having them nearby .. and they do both look delightful. I'm so pleased all is well with everyone. Wonderful cake ... quite extraordinarily clever looking! Clever Mum teaching her daughter how to bake cakes for granddaughter's birthday! Cheers Hilary

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    1. Hilary, I wish that was true but I have never been a good baker. She is entirely self-taught. It's the rebel in her, I think! ;)

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  3. They are sooooo cute. two girls would be so much easier than two boys, I'm sure.

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  4. So pleased to hear that your family are closer, now. Love the photos. Special times.

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  5. They are sweet girls! Love that cake!

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  6. What darlings! And WHAT a delicious looking cake!

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  7. What a beauty! So much fun and a creative cake! Like her mother. Precious little ONE.

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  8. Just look at that cake! I am amazed to read that it was made by your (talented) daughter. (And the little blondes are sweet as can be.)

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