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From: S & A Wallace <>
Subject: Re: [trivvies] Now or Later/Never?
Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 20:05:57 +1100
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I've come to this grandparenting business rather late in the piece, having just got the one grandson, Rohan, almost 10months old. I have
another grandchild due in early Feb. or even late January but as my other son is now based in Adelaide I may not get to see too much of the
When I read of your obvious pride of your grandchildren you make me feel all nice and fuzzy/warm inside and just a little sorry that I have
had to wait so long to enjoy grandparentship.....watching Rohan growing from the day he was born, learning to hold his head up, sit up,
learn to crawl, smile & chuckle....it really makes life all worth while, doesn't it?
The best part of Christmas Day was going to my son &DIL's place early to see Rohan's very first Christmas morning opening his Christmas
presents before they went off to his other Nanna's & Pop's for breakfast. They proceeded to Hurstville for lunch and arrived back at our
place in the evening...
So our Christmas was very nice at the beginning and end and quiet and restful in the middle bit.
Peter Cavill wrote:
> .....and gave me a jovial Father Xmas card, saying, "I gave you this one Grandad, because you're funny!" I replied, "It's better than
> being miserable, ain't it, Cait?:-)" With her little nose that turns up when she laughs, Cait
> smiled, laughed, and said, "Yes, Grandad!"
> Don't tell the rest of my family, but that card was by far and away the best
> Xmas present I had for this Xmas(2002).
> Grandad Peegee(Oz)
> (wiping away the tears)