Saturday, September 23, 2006

Saturday with Grandbaby




My daughter and Ellie met me at the airport on Thursday, and Ellie looked at me, pointed and smiled. "Doggie" she said. Everything is doggie. She's got a great laugh now, and she laughs at everything. She climbs on everything. She is fearless. Except for that thing they call "turkey" in the "Li'l Meals" - she's afraid of that. These are older photos that live on my daughter's computer; my photos will wait til I get home Oct. 4.




She's so cool, she's so hip, she's so styling. And today after services, I taught her to make a sound while she fingers her lips -- "brbbrbbrbbrbb" -- which she thinks is the funniest thing in the world. I adore her.

7 comments:

karena said...

Too cute, too hip, too cool for school! What a joy.

Tina said...

Now that is girl who knows how to wear shades. You work it Beanie!
Since BabyGirl has been wearing glasses for her far sightedness since she was 2 yrs old, we've never needed sunglasses b/c we always paid extra to make BabyGirl's lense be Transitions lenses.

robin andrea said...

She's such a cutie. How nice that you are there for the holidays, divajood. And that you get to spend time with that sweet grand-daughter.

DivaJood said...

Karena, she is a DIT (Diva-in-training) and I just bought her three new pairs of shoes. She loves her shoes.

Tina, do the transistion lenses work? Because I am told they don't work in cars. If they do, then I should get me a pair for my own self.

Robin, we took her to services yesterday, dropped her in the child care section. She did great for one hour, then had a full scale melt down. We left. I was so grateful, I think that's why she got as much clothing and footwear as she did from me today.

sumo said...

Cutie...wish I could hear her laugh!

The Fat Lady Sings said...

Shoes! That is so funny. Why is it women always seem to bond over shoes? She's a real peach, my dear. And I love the shades!

DivaJood said...

Sumo, she is one happy baby.

TFLS, women and shoes, I don't know. But it is a real bond, for sure. Thank you.