Congratulations to the parents and you and Yvonne! I think the Crocs are still a little large. You may have to wait a bit longer...
Richard:thank you. Will probably have to wait a few years
Congratulations Bob. I know those noises all to well I'm afraid. But you get to play with the cute little thing, then give them back.
Steve:Yes, we can give her back, but you can't . . .The noises aren't so bad, she only has small lungs right now
Congratulations! Grand kids are the best!
Erik:We already have two grandchildren but our outlaws are their babysitters most of the time because they are retired, and we are still working.This time it's different because they live with us
Sweet. Congrats to the parents and you both. Crocs start at size two, so the newest member of the family will be running around in it in no time.
Sonja:thank you. She arrived a couple of weeks early so we weren't ready nor set up yet. Things are a mess with baby stuff everywhere
Congratulations to all involved!This is what happens when you embark on a trans-continetal excursion....
Nikos:thank you for your good wishesI knew she would be here by Sept 21, which was the ETA
Congrats! Such a sweetie!
Deb:Thanks, hard to say yet. Being this young they all sort of look the same. Time will tell
Congrats! Now get a sidecar rig to take the young one out on rides!
Dom:thank you . It will be a while, sidecar or not. You'll have to ride Valencia back up here
Lucky:thank you. Another upcoming customer for your Astoria pizza outlet
Congrats Bob and Yvonne. It looks like you are the official photographer. Nice job working the Crocs in there.
Trobairitz:thank you but others were faster on the draw with their phone cameras. She is so small and helpless. I got to hold her again yesterday, as you noticed
AWWW! Congratulations! How soon till you get her on a bike?
Robert:thank you. We have laws here regarding passengers. They have to have both feet on the passenger pegs so it probably means we have to wait 10 years or so . . .
Dar:thank you for your wishes. Life seems so simple. Eat, sleep and cry
Another example of "Extraordinary"
Jimbo:should I order a larger helmet now ? My head is swelling
Did I hear "No Papa, no Papa - noooooot the pink crocks!" All kidding aside, 10 tiny toes and 10 tiny fingers - there is nothing so special as a grandchild!
Karen:they seem so small & fragile at this age. You have to handle so carefully
Bob - it just dawned on me ... My Grandaughter #1 has the same birthday as your latest addition: Sept. 2.
Karen:what a coincidence. This must mean that we are related
Brothers (and sisters) of another mother.
Congrats Bob and Yvonne!!We're not there yet but maybe someday. Enjoy her and the reminder of how it all starts.
Coop:Thank you. They are only tiny, once. Your time will come . . .
Hi Bob, I am just getting caught up on your blog as I have also been away (but you know that because you posted on my blog, thanks for that!)Congratulations on the newest member of your family. She will have Grandpa wrapped around her little finger in no time!
B:Thank you. I'm glad you both had a good time watching the races. Perhaps one day I will get there too. I have added you to my sidebar