Grandkids

The grandkids were here last week. They brought cones and a ball to play soccer in the backyard:

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Julia and Rylan watched their Kindle Fire and iPad:

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Julia worked on arithmetic, while Rylan drew pictures:

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These are Rylan’s pictures:

This is supposed to be a machine. Note his name on the top left:

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This is supposed to be the produce section of a grocery store. Note the blueberries, lemons, strawberries, and mint:

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Rylan is learning to write the alphabet.

He speaks well for a 4 year old.  No pidgin English, no bad grammar, and he is very fluent.  He doesn’t say, “Um, er, ah,” as so many people do.

As for Julia, she speaks well, too.

16 Responses to “Grandkids”

  1. DJan Says:

    Nice drawings. They are both very talented and sweet. You are so lucky, Gigi! 🙂

  2. Joanne Says:

    Those pictures are very good; he knows what he’s drawing.

  3. Christine Says:

    I can’t believe how fast Rylan is growing, I remember when he was just a toddler. Smart kids both.

  4. DeniseinVA Says:

    What a joy they are, your grandchildren are so sweet Gigi.

  5. mageb Says:

    What great kids.

  6. SchmidleysScribbling Says:

    Wonderful to have grandchildren and that they can entertain themselves in your big back yard.

  7. Olga Says:

    It is so nice that they get to be so much a part of your life, and of curse you of theirs.

  8. Bella Rose Says:

    I love the drawings!

  9. Linda Reeder Says:

    It’s wonderful to be able to see your grand children grow and develop.

  10. L...w Says:

    I’m sure you had a big influence on Rylan’s speaking ability since you watched him a lot in his formative speech years. Great job!!

  11. tom sightings Says:

    He doesn’t say, “Um, er, ah”? My 20-somethings could learn a thing or two from him!

  12. Grannymar Says:

    Your grandchildren will go far!

  13. marmeladegypsy Says:

    Wonderful photos! What a treat they must be when they visit!

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