I know I said I'd post about Khartoum and the extreme temperatures today in That's My World Tuesday, but recent family events won out this time. On Sunday I posted about the early arrival of our fifth grandchild who was born many miles from "home". Mother and baby are doing well and should be discharged today.
Last week, a day before John and family travelled to the Cape to sell their vehicle, John entertained the children on the patio of our home in the Free State where they were spending a few weeks. As the Hedges (old to young) love motorbikes, it was time to take the littlest granddaughter, fourteen months old, for her first bike ride. Her two older siblings, quite at home on the 50cc PeeWee watch as dad settles the little one on the seat before him. (Note: I alter clear front-facing photos of the children to avoid exposing them to unsavoury characters which may access my blog via Internet)
Great excitement and mirth for ALL!
The second - to - youngest baby in John's family smiles toothily for the camera. (This photo was taken over the weekend in the Guest house in George) She doesn't remember, but a little over a year ago she was as tiny as her baby brother photographed above
Fun on the beach in George, Western Cape. Anyone thinking of visiting South Africa should do a tour of the Garden Route, along which George and a number of beautiful towns and villages are situated.
Mmn, is the roughage Gran is always on about in your diet...Thanks to Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy (Tom), and Sylvia this meme which allows me to share MY world. For other people's worlds click here.