Redcliffe Pier

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

FOX PLAYS WITH BANJO

 Banjo comes home at one day old.

 Proud Papa with his boys.

 "Look at his little fingers."

A kiss for bubby.

After two hours in the park its home again home again jiggety jig.

27 comments:

  1. Wow Diane, lovely photos of the two young "fellas" , Fox and black haired, Banjo Foster.
    Keep up the park "walkies" and the Coffee shop trips, which will ensure that the two of you are extremely fit for your return.
    Your garden will be have flourished to tropical jungle proportions due to the rain and then a clear sunny day!
    Cheers
    Colin (HB)
    PS: I have made a brilliant suggestion to Bill!

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  2. Just adorable. Grandkids are just the best gift there is.

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  3. Awwww, I just showed Gregg the photos and he says congrats too. These photos are great. The new baby is adorable and so is his brother Fox, beautiful grandkids, beautiful family! Congrats again. Yep, you're going to be very, very busy I can see that.

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  4. What a delight Diane ... These two boys are going to bring you so much joy..... I love the jiggety jig.

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  5. Congrats to all! Soooooo exciting; just nothing like it, is there? Have a great time with your sweet, sweet family!!!!

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  6. You have lots of energy, Diane! So glad you are there to help Sonya and Bernie with Fox. Enjoy all your grandma moments!

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  7. Oh how I love babies I would love to have more grandkids but alas that is not something I have any control over...........lol Lovely photos you shared the ones of the kids together are just so cute

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  8. Ahhhhh--what fabulous pictures, Diane. Both of those boys are gorgeous... I can only imagine what a great time you and Bill are having... (Bet they can wear you out though... Kids do have TONS of energy!!!)

    Have fun.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. So gorgeous Diane :)
    Have fun.

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  10. Lovely photos. Isn't it amazing how quickly a child changes from a baby to a strong young man like Fox. Looks like you have your work cut out, but it's a great gift you're giving them all, of your time and attention.

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  11. Welcome home, little Banjo! Both Bernie's boys are as handsome as he. Glad little Fox got a trip to the park. I bet granny is exhausted nights? Have a great time with your precious family. Hugs Jo

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  12. Banjo looks so great with his eyes open and all that hair. I hope you have a strong back with playing with Fox. Have a nice time.

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  13. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful - all *three* boys!

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  14. My day is regularly interspersed with nursery rhymes, too. Onya ...

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  15. so sweet, i can see by the last photo you are having a blast

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  16. What a beautiful post...and photos!

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  17. How wonderful for you to be there. The interaction between your two grandsons is precious.
    K

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  18. Ahhh they are both so stinkin adorable! You look like you are having the time of your life!

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  19. Beautiful photos - simply gorgeous.
    Fox loves the extra attention from you too ;D)

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  20. Ah....beautiful. What truly beautiful little grandsons you have! I know you are enjoying every (busy!) minute. Give little banjo a little kiss from his admirer in the Pacific NW.

    I still hope you are all getting a little sleep!

    XO

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  21. Oh they are just so gorgeous together! It's just so wonderful to see Fox being affectionate with Banjo. Don't they make a beautiful family, the Currys?

    Miss you all and can't wait to be there!!

    All my Love
    MmmmmWAH!!

    Carol

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  22. Those are beautiful boys..happy gran and granp. Keep up the blog, it's fun to see. You are lucky to have your family connection. Happy blogging.

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  23. Adorable photos of the Fox and his baby brother. Wonderful shots of the family.

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  24. Hi Diane,
    Congrats to everyone! Banjo is a handsome little fellow. I love the shot of Fox giving him a kiss. That's the pictures I remember of my own kids and their kids is the kiss from big brother or sister - so precious.
    We just returned from celebrating our little Lucy's third - she didn't practice blowing out the candle but let us light it a couple of times to do over. :)
    It looks like you are having a wonderful time. As a Grandma I know you are. Enjoy every moment!
    A lovely family indeed!

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