Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Poorly Izzie

We looked after Izzie yesterday as she wasn't quite well enough to go to her nursery.

Although she was a bit sleepier than usual, for most of the day she kept us on our toes....and we had such a good day.


As you can see, Izzie adores Grandad

We read



We visited the Hospice shop where I work.



and then we fed the ducks.




Then a walk home... with me pushing the newly acquired nana's buggy ( needless to say, re-homed from the hospice shop).



28 comments:

  1. She is just the most gorgeous thing - and what a beautiful photo with Mark. You are looking incredibly well, Janice and I having a little bout of homesickness as this sort of street is what I miss (and it's raining here and Villalobos doesn't do rain particularly well!) Hope Izzie is feeling better soon, but I think you've all enjoyed her being a little under the weather!
    Axxx

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    1. I understand about the homesickness bit Annie.... somehow, although I know I am looking forward to the endless blue skies and wall to wall sunshine, I know that after a few weeks i will be thinking fondly of wet, or at least damp Yorkshire stone, glistening under grey skies.
      Izzie is fine now, and as you can see from the photos, she wasn't exactly suffering on her day with us. Jxxx

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  2. Hello Janice,

    Well, what fun you had in spite of Izzie being under the weather. When serendipity strikes, it is best to make the most of it.

    And, clearly Izzie loves the attention of her grandparents. The first image is particularly delightful. Happy days!

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    1. I love that photo of Izzie with Mark...it sums up Izzie's adoration of her grandfather.

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  3. Isn't it lovely being a grandmother? Izzie is just adorable...very photogenic. I'm sure she soon felt a lot better after spending the day with her grandparents xxx

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    1. Yes, needless to say, she was fine, and a good time was had by all. Jx

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  4. What a lovely day you all had :-). That's a beaut baby buggy you got from the hospice shop!

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    1. The hospice shop provides all manner of treasures ! Jx

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  5. Oh, Izzie is a gorgeous little Tot, Janice. What a blissful day you had, and you look wonderfully well there, pushing the buggy. Great photo of Grandad too. Grandparenting is simply the best!!

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    1. I have to admit to enjoying the grandparenting bit far more than I expected... I just cant believe that the oldest ones are now 6....where have those years gone ?

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  6. There is something special between a little girl and her Grandad and this is clearly visible in the photo. Hope she is feeling better now.

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    1. They do adore each other Rosemary !

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  7. The smiles say it all. Izzie might adore grandad.....I adore Izzies curly hair. Sue

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    1. She is a real "doll"....and knows it !

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  8. Sounds like a wonderful grandie day, fun had by all, hope Izzie is feeling better now

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    1. She' was fine most of the day...we did enjoy it.

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  9. Izzie seemed to perk up in your care. You'll need to watch out; if word gets around the rest of your grandchildren might prefer a day with you than one at school! ;o)x

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    1. yes, with Easter holidays coming up, we'd better be careful. I love them one at a time, or even 2 at a time...but all 5 at once is hard work ! Jx

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  10. Such a darling, darling girl your Izzie is, Janice, and methinks Mark is just as adoring of Izzie as she is of him. Then, there is that very lovely grandmother pushing the buggy. This whole post makes me smile with joy.

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    1. WE really enjoyed our special day with her Penny... as the only girl of our 5 grandchildren, she does get to be a little spoiled ! jx

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  11. What a little charmer she is. :-) I just love the one of her and Mark and also the one of you with the stroller. A shame Izzie wasn't feeling on top form, but that didn't stop you having a wonderful day with her.

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    1. It was a great day P. and she really is a little charmer..... Jx

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  12. Brave Izzie! Looks like she had a lovely day!

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    1. I think brave describes her perfectly.....as well as adorable and gorgeous of course.

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  13. What a wonderful place Hebden Bridge looks.

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    1. As spring arrives, it does look lovely. jx

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