Our Christie is a tiny-bodied chocolate eater. Turns out that the grands can consume quite a bit of chocolate, too.
Christie brought little James over for lunch and we all orbited around him. He's getting so smart-looking, isn't he?
Grampy likes to hold little James.
While Christie ate her lunch (babies ALWAYS cry when the meal bell rings, don't they?) I carried James downstairs, wrapped him in my great granny's quilt and rocked. He snuggled in after blowing off a bit of steam and stayed soft and snoozy for a long time. Granny bliss!
Yesterday these grands enjoyed a bit of baking (and liberal sprinkling!)
While Plum Cake napped, I made aprons. Sam insisted that they needed aprons while cookie baking.
We couldn't make MORE cookies, so we made dirt soup instead. When Sam went out to gather rocks, leaves, grass, and flowers for the soup, she pulled up a whole petunia plant! Ha!
Granny Camp begins today with CB and Finn. I'm driving up the highway this morning to meet them. I can't wait! I love their sweet faces!
Bill had an earlier commitment, but the other night I went to Jeff and Christie's for a scrumptious dinner. The food was divine, but THIS was the best part. See how snuggly he is?
We went for a LOOOOOOONG walk and I had Birks on my tender feet. BIG BLISTER! It's healing, but now Granny is hobbling around. Drat.
This summer has been mild and friendly. No sweating so far. I'm so thankful for our home base. It's my favorite.
Thank you for popping by and saying hello (big hug of appreciation!)