Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Not-so-tiny triplets

Sixteen years ago, my daughter had triplets. It was a mad time of feeding, dressing, nappy-changing etc, and I tried to do my bit. Now, quite suddenly, they have grown up. I can hardly believe it.  Here they are on their way to the school prom.

Where have those tiny babies gone?

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  1. The tiny babies are all grown up. I can only imagine how little they must have been at birth!
    They are very good looking, by the way.

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  2. They look like young film stars on the way to a première on Leicester Square!

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    1. I'll tell them that, Meike. The one on the right will be delighted!

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  3. You must be so proud of them! We have just got back from a week in Northumberland, visiting old friends, and old haunts, so not been online much. Pleased to see that you are posting more frequently again. I agree about that watch....and all the others of that ilk.....not at all desirable in my opinion. I mainly wear a small, quite plain and grey CK watch and recently have had my " Hot Diamonds" watch repaired and am enjoying wearing that again. Thought of you yesterday as we came upon a horse and rider on our favourite old railway dog walking path. The lady also has a dog walking beside the horse, but we heard a yelp and the horse had trodden on the little dog's foot! I always thought she was asking for trouble!!

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    1. Frances, I don't have a dog, but it is a very good way of exercising them. I'd love to visit Northumberland. I gather it's beautiful?

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  4. Something I'm never likely to see in my family so I shall enjoy yours vicariously.

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  5. You must be a very proud grandmother..such a cute picture.

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  6. It is indeed beautiful, but also a long way to drive. Even further for you. It took us about 5 hours actual driving up the A1 from Harpenden.

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    1. Last Friday it took us over 4 hours to get to Herts, so I think we'd take the train!

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  7. A lovely photograph. I hope they always stay close.

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