Crista at The Daily Post asked us to share our treasure this week, so here is my youngest Treasure, Scarlett, at dinner time!
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I’ve been pretty busy recently and as some of you know the main reason is the arrival of my third grandchild, my daughters first daughter Scarlett! I’ve been up to stay twice this month and I’ve had such a special time, bathing her and going with Nina and Steve to get her weighed. This week we even had a professional photo shoot, when Steve set up his studio lights, and I got to play with his serious camera to take photos of the three of them. Of course there are plenty of me with Scarlett and Nina too, maybe I’ll post some once Steve is happy with them. Meanwhile here are a few that I’ve taken.
Scarlett didn’t have a middle name at first, but I’m thrilled to bits that they have chosen Ngozi. It’s a Nigerian Igbo name that means ‘Blessing’ and it’s great that she will carry a little of her cultural inheritance forward.
As well as all this I’ve been writing an assignment for my creative writing course and doing lots of craft fairs, but things are settling down now!
Welcome to a brand new masterpiece, baby Scarlett arrived at 2.30 am today, weighing 8lbs 1 oz! She is my new grandchild and I am a very happy and proud Mma. Well done to my brave daughter and clever, handsome extra son!
I’m sorry I don’t think I’ll be able to catch up with your blogs, I haven’t had much sleep in the last couple of nights waiting for Scarlett and now I’m shattered but I’ll see you soon!
Sara Rosso has chosen Curves this week and as I’m away in Hampshire visiting my daughter who is expecting her first baby I can’t think of any better curves than these!
Six weeks to go if she lasts that long!
Here are two of the most important people in my world!
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