Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Sweet Pea

My little granddaughter Isabel and my son Jaden came for a visit for a few weeks.
It was a real treat having a little girl around the house and having my oldest boy home.
When my mom and I saw her ultrasound picture we both called her little Sweet Pea
and it just kind of stuck. She is darling, her big blues eyes could melt anybody's heart.
What a hoot she is too. I got some fun videos of her playing and giggling that I will
treasure forever. We took her shopping and to the fair. Which she loved and her uncle
Reece took her up the Fun Slide over and over. Her uncles think she is the smartest kid
they've ever met. She is very techno smart, loves the phone and playing games on the ipad.
She knows exactly what to do too! She will spend hours drawing and she knows how
to hold a pencil perfectly. We watched movies, went for walks, spent time swimming
and swinging at the park. I would pick her flowers and she would toss them to the ground,
she would much rather have a hand full of rocks. Her daddy and uncle Reece collected
rocks when they were little, brings back lots of fun memories of going out looking for
special rocks with them. One of her favourite foods are mandarin oranges, but I bought
her a chocolate milkshake, she kept saying mmmmmmmm and didn't put it down until it was gone...
so I'm thinking the oranges might be a second favourite food now! She is a daddy's girl,
but when he wasn't around she was full of hugs and kisses. I was pretty excited to have
to myself for a day. I got in lots of snuggles and took her out to capture some photos.
Well she's getting close to two and we all know that you pretty much are in chasing mode for a year!
So I have plenty of fun shots of her running, but she does have the cutest little baby chub
legs I ever did see. I'm in love, my heart can hardly handle just how much I love her and will miss her.

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