Tuesday, 31 January 2017

For Mara!!

Do you remember my last post??  Miss G's first day at school!!!  Mara really liked the blackboard idea and wanted to see the little girls previous answers to what they wanted to be when they grow up. So here they are. I'll let the pictures tell the story but I'll make Mum put a photo of me up as well. Wouldn't want you to forget what I look like, aye??  After all ..... IT IS MY BLOG!!!!!!!!!!

Crikey .... am I a proud Aussie or what??
Ok .... this isn't a blackboard thing but it is OUR JEN on her first day at school 87 million years ago or so it seems to Mum. Ever wonder where G got that beautiful smile??  Now you know!! 
Crikey .... Our Jo!  She wasn't a happy little Vegemite, aye??  Its so good to see how her confidence has grown over the years
Looking better and happier already. 
Getting much better!
Oh my ..... such a BIG!!
Our Miss Izzi ... No shoes????????  Oh well .... what will be will be ...
Shoes??? ... on Izzi?????  There was a bit of complaining and procrastinating but she finally got them on.  
Oh No ..... not the shoe thing again?????
And here we are 2017.  Crikey I LOVE those kids!!!!!!!

Wanna run .... Love, Charlie.

25 comments:

  1. OMD, Charlie, I LOVES that idea! And just lookie at those CUTIE PATOOOOOTIES!!!! OMD, you must be soooo proud! they are just amazin'!
    Oh, and you look AMAZIN' TOO!!!!!! Very dapper in your bandana!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  2. oh that are good ideas.... how about becoming a farmer with the magic power of a fairy and working in a foodshop where the food never ends?

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  3. Hari om
    I'm with Da Phenny - and every town should have such all over the world!!! Hugs and wags YAM-aunty xxx

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  4. They are lovely looking children, Charlie. You are not a white, cute and fluffy dog, but you are such a handsome and intelligent lad and I can see you are so interested in what happens around you.

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  5. We love all those answers. Jen's daughters sure do look a lot like she did as a youngster.

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  6. Oh we love that idea, those girls are so cute. did you know my momma also has three girls, she said it has been an exciting life for her as their momma......lol stella rose

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  7. Good luck with your goals girls! Do your best and work hard and you can be whatever you want!

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  8. You guys are the cutest!
    Lily & Edward

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  9. Well of course you need a picture of yours truly! Priorities!!

    But thank you very much for lending the space to put up what they want to be. I think fairy is the best idea ever! I wish I had thought of that when I grew up. Instead I became a bus driver which is not fairy-ish at all!!

    Mara from Norway

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  10. What lovely girls, Charlie - no wonder you are so proud of them.
    Of course, it wouldn't be the same without a photo of your handsome self.

    Inca xx

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  11. Super answers all round. Shall I let you into a wee secret? Gail (who claims to be a feminist), when asked the same question in kindergarten in the early 1960s, said she wanted to be a 'Farmer's Wife'!!!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  12. I recall back when I was in grade 1. Back in the day. We all drew a picture of what we want to be when we grew up. Well I drew a picture of an astronaut. But at that time girls only had a limited careers.
    Coffee is on

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  13. These pictures are so cool. I love seeing the kids grow up

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  14. Oh wow, fun! Our princess grew into a soccer player and then into a teenager. Right now nothing good is happening, apart from all the food that gets left on the floor. I wonder what she'll want to be next?

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  15. Love the black board, what a great idea.

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  16. This post was so much fun and you are such a hunk, Charlie!

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  17. Those are some pretty good plans! I like the way those gals think!!

    Wyatt

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  18. Mom loves those! That is a pawsome idea!

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  19. I think its great that those thoughts are all recorded so they can see them when they *are* all grown up to see how their ideas came to fruition...more or less!!

    That is a great picture of you having a fun Australia Day, Charlie:) Looks warmer there than here, BOL!
    (its about 7F @ 123 am eastern time.)
    Now I need to escort petcretary to her own nest.

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  20. CHARLIE YOUR GIRLS ARE PRECIOUS SO PRECIOUS AND SO AMBITOUS!! I LOVE IT AND AM CONFIDENT EACH WILL SUCCEED AT WHATEVER THEY DO.
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

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  21. I LOVE all those future aspirations! What lovely girls. And you're a cutie, too, Charlie!

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  22. Belated Happy Barkday Charlie, we would love to run with you.

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  23. Hey there, Charlie...you certainly do look like you're a very, very stylish proud Aussie....there ain't nuttin' bogan or ocker about you, matey! :)

    They are wonderful photos...photos to be cherished for the kiddies to look back upon in years to come. A few smiles will be raised that is for sure.

    Woof, Charlie! You're not only a fine dog, but a damn fine photographer, too!! :)

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