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Daisy Chains

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Last month, our little UK-side family met up in Canterbury. Growing up in Malta, we were very close to our cousins. We met up regularly and did all sorts of things together. So it is one of the most important things to me and my sister that our little ones have a similar experience of family. Most of the family is still based in Malta, but as there are two of us here in England, we can give the kiddies as good a dose of family as often as we can.

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There is just an 8-month age gap between Gabriella and Emily. (Remember Gabriella?) I had no idea when she was born that I'd soon have a little peanut of my own! The age difference is huge for now, Gabriella is walking and can say a few words. She blows kisses and tries to hug Emily (who fights her off). Emily can only look on in frustration. But soon the gap will seemingly shrink and I look forward to a day when we can watch them interact on equal terms.

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For now, they just watch us act the fool :)

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5 comments:

  1. Lovely photos! And you're looking great, C!

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  2. Great photos. I just love those daisy chains. It makes me want to go out and make my own. x

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  3. Thanks Mau!

    G & Love_from_mummy, I had no idea how to make daisy chains until my sister showed me how that day!

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  4. Beautiful memories, beautiful photos, beautiful people. :) xxx

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