"It'll be alright in the end, and if it's not alright, it's not the end."
Sixteen years ago today, our beautiful little girl arrived a month premature, looking like a skinned rabbit, weighing in at 5lbs 13oz.
These days she’s a bit bigger, but just as beautiful.
Happy Sixteenth Birthday!
Only another two years and she can carry your tent on the TGO. (Tip: A sure way to get on the TGO is to take an 18 year old. They like the age span thing)
Rhiannon?! You're 'avin' a larff, int ya!Now my boy Aedan, he's got it marked in his diary. His birthday being 6th May, should mean he can come with me for his birthday in three and a half years. Yey.
You mean Rhiannon is not in Awe of mothers adventures and wishes desperately to follow in the footsteps? Does she not realise that there is a Next at the summit of every peak.
Sadly, no. Rhiannon is not a Walker, but the other three are all keen and keen to Challenge too!
"... our beautiful little girl arrived... looking like a skinned rabbit..... These days she’s ..... just as beautiful."I think you ought to re-phrase that- She looks lovely! She must get her looks from David...Happy Birthday, Miss!
Trust you, Sloman.She is lovely, luckily she hasn't inherited all of her father's features...
Olly (No 1 son) was 16 on 30th May.I reckon he will be too busy playing Rugby by the time he gets to 18.But Harriet (No 1 Daughter) wants to do the Challenge once she gets old enough (well she says that now), so that will be 2016 then.Worrying though, because it was only a short while ago I was carrying them both about. This TIME thing is going forwards way too fast for my liking!Hope I am still here by then! :)
Hi Andrew!I suppose three out of the four wanting to Challenge isn't a bad score. Could end up being some family outing!This time thingy is galloping, I'm not ready.
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