I was recently featured on a fun blog called Grandma’s Briefs. It sounds really cool to say “I was featured”, but the truth is anybody who has grands can have a moment in the spotlight. All you have to do is request a questionnaire, fill it out and submit it.
Lisa is doing something great with her platform. She has created a fun, supportive and generous community of people who encourage each other. I’d say that’s a good use of internet space right there.
For a look at my briefs, click here.
In the meantime, I thought I’d share some pics of the six. PB and I recently spent some time with these grand little people. We’re talking about one 4-year-old, two 3-year-olds, two 2-year-olds, and one 1-year-old.
That’s 120 fingers and toes, y’all.
And I love each and every one.
Here they are, in alphabetical order.
Because the oldest one shouldn’t always get to go first.
This is Charlie. He likes to build towers. Really tall towers.
This is Eli. He likes to ride his bike. And he loves Lightning McQueen with all his heart.
This is Ella. She is a fairy-princess-ballerina and she can pull it off.
This is Evie. She can say “cheese” better than anybody.
This is Hudson. He constructs complicated buildings with secret rooms.
This is Ruby. She wants to play basketball for the Gophers. (Maybe.)
This is how it is when you are the littlest one and all the big kids are outside having fun while you’re stuck in the house with Opa and Nonnie.