Monday, 16 February 2015

The Smile!

Our second youngest grandchild has just turned 3.  He is the little boy I delivered on the side of the Highway on the Sunshine Coast just over 3 years ago.  They all now live in the same city as we do.
We took him for a ride in the vehicle the other day, put a DVD on for him to watch as he sat in the seat.  So he says, 'Thank you Nanny'.  Such lovely manners. The smile on this face says it all.


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  1. You have delivered a gentleman no doubt. Happy Birthday!! What is his name?

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    1. I hope so. His name is Jeremy :) His birthday was at the end of January.

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  2. He's adorable. He'll go far in life with good manners.

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    1. Thanks. His two sister have lovely manners as well, their parents are very strict with 'manners'.

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  3. What a lovely little chap - grandchildren are just the best. I expect you will tell him about his arrival into the world one day.

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    1. He is a sweety. I am sure his mum will tell him before I do Rosemary :)

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  4. You delivered him on the side of the highway? Wow! He's so cute!

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    1. Yes I did, daughter in law didn't make it to the hospital. And thanks.

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  5. That is the perfect smile. I remember when you had to deliver your own Grandson, your being a nurse was very helpful. Oh he is a handsome little fella. Hugs xo G

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  6. What a special bond you have with this little guy! I bet he loved watching a movie in the car. His expression is so cute.

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    1. Always a special bond with him, infact his sister as well because they were in the car.

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    1. Oh he sure has a lovely smile, and smile he does :)

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  8. The car dvd has brought an end to, how far it is yet. Great that he has good manners. Some children just pick them up and others don't no matter how hard the parent tries.

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    1. No asking how far with him. You are correct with the manners, if he forgets his parents constantly remind him.

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  9. I'm a little jealous of kids with the dvd/movies in the car. I was maybe a decade before that became popular enough. I remember boring trips down the interstate for hours and hours.

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    1. Oh yes, how technology has changed what we can have in the cars today. I also remember the long trips as a child :) long time ago.

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  10. A mid-wifery (?? my spelling??) by the roadside - well done.
    Maybe that is the answer to having well mannered children??
    So get thee hence "Matron" Margaret and station yourself by a highway.
    Who knows you may deliver us more well mannered children!

    God my street could do with some well mannered kids.
    However, I reckon it is the parents who are to blame.
    Some here are producing and encouraging little Frankensteins!
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. :) You hit the nail just about on the head in your comment.

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    2. Ah shucks - you are too kind.
      But I see things that would make your hair turn into
      various colours! Too frightening to put on your blog.
      Cheers
      Colin

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  11. PS.. It was fun catching up with Filip and Crystal! Maybe our paths will meet sometime too in our travels. :-)

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    1. That was wonderful you did see them, it's so nice to meet our fellow bloggers.

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  12. That look on your grandson's face is priceless. He is sooooo adorable... :)

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  13. I love the expression on his face, precious!

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