Unfortunately, the tape that was stolen with our original camcorder confirmed that it was the only tape we had of No3. Hence, we now have no early film of her. Considering the pleasure garnered from the footage of No1 and No2, I feel quite sad about this fact.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Recently a friend of ours converted my old videos to DVD and we had some sessions going through the content with the children. Oh my! What a treat I had. Apart from the children loving these snapshots from the past, I was transported back to some of the happiest times in our lives...boys squawking as babies, first attempts to eat a meal, pulling themselves up to cruise furniture, wobbly first steps....even loose teeth. On film, the warmth and very obvious joy as I spoke words of encouragement to the children was a timely reminder of how precious these children are and re-awoke in me a new determination to appreciate their place in our lives every day.
What are Easter holidays with cousins made of?
Waking up with toes in your face; smallies up with the lark; adults luxuriating in bed; coffee at 11; PJs until 12; cosy cuddles; happy shrieks, cousins swopping clothes; hairstyles by 3 year olds; lunch at odd times; muddy boys; rosy cheeks; loved-up dollies; mayhem at mealtimes; Mummies turning blind eyes.....