A few pictures of Renee and some with Grandpa. It was so great to play with her, as she is now learning so fast and starting to talk. She likes to put the wooden puzzles together with a little help, but it won't be long until she really does it all by herself.
A package came from Auntie Georgia to Jessica and lots of popit sheets inside the box. Renee wasn't strong enough to make them pop, bu had to have Grandpa to it.
She loves balls! Of any kind! The making of perhaps a Volleyball player or Basketball player?
Picture of great grand "papa" and Renee. He is 101 years old, and his birthday is the same day as Renee's. He always puts his gold cross on her when she sits with him . She can't sit on his lap too long, but long enough for a picture. He can't speak any English, but sure loves Renee!
Very interesting their history of coming to the US early during the VietNam conflict. A fishing family that had all they owned in a little boat, then the camps they had to live in. I need to hear the story again before I could tell it correctly. A very brave family. Floyd's stepdad was a boy when they came.
Steve and Jessica went on a tour of a sugar cane mill. Only two could go, so I stayed home and watched Renee. A highlight of Steve's visit! He always is interested in other ag businesses!
While Steve and Jess were gone, Renee showed me that she could turn this on, and dance to the music.
Oh so heavy! lol
Outfit I made her is a little big, but she'll grow into it. The pants a little long.
It's nice and warm, and will be good for her to wear all winter down there.