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William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark



Friday, April 11, 2008

I'm so proud!!!

See these adorable children? You've seen pictures of them before. They're two of my grandchildren.....gifts from my youngest son and his wonderful wife. There is a surprise statement about Sachi at the end of the post.

Below is a picture of Sachi being a gymnast....she loves gymnastics....the picture was cut to fit a frame...sorry.


Here she is again in perfect form. Below she is with her sweet little brother.
Here she is on her big girl bicycle. See her hair in the picture above? Long and pretty. She cut it off and donated it to Locks of Love. Pretty wonderful and a great thing for a kid to do don't you think?

18 comments:

Auld Hat said...

Clearly the apple doesn't fall far from the Gramma tree (:

Mom said...

Beautiful children- from the inside out!

Evil Twin's Wife said...

I love it when dark haired (black haired) people give to locks of love. Our color isn't super common and you know they love getting that color. She's a beauty - li'l brother is a cutie patootie too!

jan said...

Such wonderful children, no wonder you are proud. Can will look forward to a future Olympic gymnast?

madretz said...

I have goosebumps. That's so wonderful! Yes, proud you should be!!

kenju said...

What beautiful kids they are! My daughter-in-law's sister married a guy who is half-Philipino and their children look a lot like those - just gorgeous!

Jennie said...

They look like sweetie pies. That is a really neat thing for a little girl to do. She'll never forget making that special sacrifice. She must have special parents! And grandparents. ;)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Well she is adorable and so is your grandson.. Yes that is pretty good that she would do that, I have long hair and if and when i decide to go short i am going to do that too. My middle son has said to me, "Mom don't you think your getting too old to be having long hair?"Well maybe, but i have no patience for the upkeep of short hair.LOL

Ex-Shammickite said...

Lovely children, and what a nice thing to do with her long hair. You are obviously a very proud Gigi!!

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cs said...

Awesome awesome fabuloso for their thinking of others...not many kids do that! They are so adorable--you have every right to boast here kiddo. Kiss kiss and big hugs to a wonderful family up there in Sandyland...enjoying the sun down here...out in the yard loving it.

cs said...

Awesome awesome fabuloso for their thinking of others...not many kids do that! They are so adorable--you have every right to boast here kiddo. Kiss kiss and big hugs to a wonderful family up there in Sandyland...enjoying the sun down here...out in the yard loving it.

Rhea said...

The kids are super-cute. My niece, 8, did Locks of Love, too. It's a great way to get kids into the habit of charitable giving.

Sandy said...

I can only echo what's already been said - beautiful child, beautiful unselfish gesture. Touches my heart.

Kimberly Ann said...

What a wonderful thing to do. Super great kids must run in your family.

panthergirl said...

They are GORGEOUS... and I LOVE LOVE LOVE kids who are so giving. It shows excellence in parenting (ahem), not to mention grandparenting!!

You must be so proud!

more cowbell said...

oh, her gorgeous hair is going to make some little girl feel very good. Fantastic, Rosemary.