Friday, April 23, 2010

Pictures of the grandbabies.

It has been so long since I posted. I thought I should at least post some picks of my darling grandbabies. They are getting so big. It seems like yesterday when they were born.

Josh is in kindergarten this year. Last night they had a program at school. It was a "Moosical" about Old McDonalds farm. Josh played a farmer. Some of the kids were animals. It was so cute. Josh really got into the singing and hand gestures that went along with it. That is him, third from the left, bottom row. He is the one in the plaid shirt with glasses.

I can't believe he is already in school.

Miss Olivia is 21 months old now. She will turn 2 in July. She is talking a blue streak, if you can understand her language. My daughter calls her language, Livvonese. Every once in a while she says a word or phrase that is recognizable. She just jabbers. It makes me smile.

She just loves Kollin. She calls him KaKa.

She is very inquisitive too.
Josh loves this puzzle and he is learning more about the states and capitals every time he puts it together.

Little Kollin didn't escape the eye problem. He got his little glasses a couple weeks ago at the ripe old age of 8 months old. He looks so cute in them.

He is really starting to get mobile. A week ago he was scooching forward a little on his belly. This week, he is going great guns and takes no time to get where he wants to go. He isn't quite up on his hands and knees but it is close. He is doing what I call the army crawl when they go under fences in the obstacle course. And he is fast!!!

So there is a little update on my grandbabies. See how they have grown.

Take care everyone.


Tins and Treasures said...

It is so nice to hear from you every once in a while. I love seeing the pics of your sweet grandbabies.

Happy Spring ~Natalie

Arlette said...

Joyce, the grands are all so cute. It seems like only yesterday that Olivia was born. I agree that they all look so cute in their little glasses. You are one lucky grandma to have so many little ones to love.
Take care, friend.

Arlette said...

Hi Joyce! Hope all is well with you and your family. Thank you for your wonderful comments and for visiting my blog. Take care, friend.