Today was Maisie day , where I get to indulge in her company all day long. My little piece of heaven in my ever turbulent world. We had a gorgeous day which ended with a birthday tea for her Daddy. My youngest son Tom was 25 yesterday. WTF???? 25..??? When did he grow up ( oh sorry, forgot hes a man hes not going to is He??lol) ((Oops sorry Paul , Brian and the rest, you know I,m seriously tongue in cheek!!!)) Anyway he might be 25 and 6ft 3in but hes still my baby all the same. When he was born he was massive. He weighed 10lb 14oz and he was so long that he only just fitted into the cots in the nursing home. The normal nappies didn't fit him and so the nurses had to run to the chemist across the road for bigger ones, lol. He never crawled at all, just shuffled on his bottom now and again, and then at the age of 9mths he just stood up and walked and hes never stopped since. I know you night find this rather frightening but he is just like me!!! The other 3 are real laid back and Tom is the hyperactive, workaholic, cant sit still,want it all now and wont stop till he gets it. Does that sound familiar..???? At the age of one he was wearing clothes for 3 yr old and had to have new shoes every 3 to 4 weeks, but now hes as skinny as a lamppost, not an ounce on him..!!! But as I said before he will always be my happy, always smiling, chubby little babe.
Glad you liked the Banana Splits video. Check this one out. This was also one of my favourite programmes, but now it just seems so cringe worthy. Ha ha they wouldn't get a place on strictly judging by their dancing would they..??
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Quote of the Century
"You are an extraordinary woman.
How can you expect anything ordinary to happen to you"
Louisa May Alcott
"If I find in myself desires in which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world"
C. S. Lewis