|A trip to the beach|
Eat up your dinner! No!
Let GJ read a story! No!
Shall we go for a walk? No!
"No" seems to be my grandson's favourite word at the moment, but bless him he is cute and he has his moments when he is cuddly and makes us laugh. It is just the joys of a two year old and the phase is kind of short, until they learn different ways to mean the same thing. At least we hope it is a short phase. Poor little soul, his routine has been a little disrupted with me around, but we have still had some lovely moments. Like when we went to the beach together. We redistributed pebbles around the beach and discovered some stones roll and some make a big splash - great fun with a little one! We also sat on a wall together and watched race karts go around a track. We drew in the sand and watched a horse trotting along the beach too. We found pebbles with holes in that you can see through, we found shells of different kinds and we even found the empty egg cases of skates, sometimes called mermaid's purses and possibly of the catshark too.
|A happy face|
|Another happy smiley face of my little|
granddaughter this time
|I like this rock garden outside a café we went to|
|A novel use for a boat|
|The one that got away. This would|
have been good for chunky knits, but
it wasn't meant to be.
|A great moody shot of the sea, but not|
one I can take credit for. My son took
this with my camera, along with the
picture of a happy smiley grandson
|A chilly walk along the promenade|
|My son racing|
My little grandson's pictures! He didn't do too bad really
|Autumn in Latvia. Ian took these|
|Autumn in England - Steyning to be precise|
|Ian has been busy while I have been away and the alpaca|
house is complete.
|A nice panoramic shot from our ski hill|
|Where there's a box, there's a cat - or is it the other way around?|
|Another panoramic shot, this time from the Oak hill|