Ok...lots of pictures of the grands today because remember it is Nanaland. And Nana likes to show off every now and then. The picture above is Audrey at the Fernbank Science Center. Grandpa would be so happy if one of the grands chose to be a scientist like him!
Joshua was all about the play area at the museum. Note his little head ban that holds his hearing device in place. Charles and Nancy say they think he is really hearing better these days.
Adventurous Audrey on the playground.
This picture pretty much sums up Elliott. He wanted to do a silly photo. I told him he looks like Dracula except Dracula was not snaggle toothed. I think Elliott will be wishing for two front teeth this Christmas.
Katy took this picture of Margaret, talking via a friend via FaceTime and enjoying her cup of tea.
Baylor loves to wrap up in his blanket. Cozy spots are right up his alley. Katy says he is really enjoying their basement family room as it is dark and quiet.
Ben and Elliott having a nerf war in the backyard.
Amelia and her family checked out the Scarecrow Trail at the Huntsville Botanical Garden recently. Landon and Hudson found chairs just their size.:)
Since Hampton and Kendall photo sitings are rare, I thought I would share this snapshot that Amelia shared of Kendall for Daughter Day. We all rather miss this giggly little girl, but I guess we all have to grow up. As I remember it, those teen years are just something that must be endured but the adults you get at the end of that period are worth the aggravation.
Now don't tell Kendall but Amelia took this picture in car line and was playing with princess filters. I think all my granddaughters are princesses in disguise. After all they do have those Grimm Genes.
Audrey's school picture.
Step into my office! Charles had to take Joshua with him to campus one day to address a technical issue with the distance classes he is teaching this semester. Daddy dressed himself and J in plaid shirts and khaki pants. Everyone says Joshua is an Asian Charles. I do see some of Charles in him for sure.
And a last picture of me and Margaret... I hope you enjoyed catching up with the grands. It seems they are growing by leaps and bounds and I am so proud of every one of them.