Thursday, March 19, 2020

Diddle Diddle Dumpling . . .

little miss o

diddle diddle dumpling
 "one shoe off, one shoe on”
 busy little almost one year old great grand

and a year later

Christmas at her grandmothers
oh my that smile

and this
a few days ago
love this 
beautiful warm mood sweet picture
her momma is a photographer

if there is ever anyone who exudes joy it is oakland 
adjusts to most all situations
loves to create 
I don’t see her often
thank goodness for pictures
her momma wrote this the other day.
I walked into the bathroom 
to oak singing “happy birthday dear oaklanddd” 
and I started laughing, 
she said 
“what, I have to sing it twice to make sure I wash my hands good enough” 
“good girl”
soon she will be six
for her I will 
social distance
wash my hands
again and again
please be safe
please be healthy


barb said...

super sweet.No grandkids is getting harder already.

This N That said...

she's beautiful..I'm sure she brings you joy when you do get to see her..Happy Spring

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

She is so pretty. Stay safe.

Marge in Michigan said...

Oakland is such a pretty girl, Lynne. Sweet singing! Cyber hugs!

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Such beautiful photographs and she has such a lovely face. She looks very much like you Lynne. XXXX

Karen Lakis said...

Oakland is beautiful - and such a sweet smile! We all seem to be doing a lot of hand washing these days - and social distancing. I hope you're staying well!

A Joyful Cottage said...

What a sweet girl. You have reason to be proud, Lynne. Hugs.

Jeanie said...

She's so darling. You must miss her terribly during this. But it will end. And that hug will be a big one!

Judy said...

What a sweet child! Thank goodness for pictures and Facebook!

Blondie's Journal said...

This little darling is the best! So fun watching them grow and looking back on photos that captured all those months and years. I feel the same way about the virus spreading. Madelyn came over about a week ago as her mama had some business with her "boss", the husband. I had to wear a mask and keep my distance from that sweet little doll. My heart ached to pick her up and cover her with hugs and kisses.

Sending love, prayers and good wishes that we get through this in a healthy way. Love ya, Lynne!😘


Melanie said...

Your great-grandaughter sure is a cutie. This social distancing is so hard, isn't it? It's hard enough having to stay away from my friends and adult family members, but I can only imagine how much harder it is to stay away from grandchildren!

I just saw your post about the clay shamrocks, too - and the blogging event. That's where I met you, Barb and Penny! Good times. And I still have your shamrock, which I proudly display every year. :-)

Stay safe and well! xoxo