Granddaughter's first two teeth


#juan
#1
Here is Sheila letting us know why she's been a bit cranky for the last few days.



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I think not
#2
#juan, your granddaughter is adorable, God bless her.

EDIT: How old is she in that photo?
 
#juan
#3
Hi, thanks

She is almost exactly five months old.

I'm going to have to re-size that picture---I'm side-scrolling about a foot and a half
 
#juan
#4
Here is a look at that horrible hockey outfit I bought her. You can see that she is not too impressed.

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missile
#5
Thar photo's a keeper Think of the blackmail possibilities in later years
 
I think not
#6
LOL, no problem determining that's a little Canadian girl eh #juan?

 
missile
#7
2 teeth That's why the hockey outfit is appropriate...most hockey players have about the same number of real teeth.
 
#juan
#8
Missile, ITN,

I thought I was being funny buying that hockey outfit. The huge maple leaves and little tiny hockey players gave us all a good laugh but I have a feeling tha mommy won't have it on her that often.

I don't know about blackmail, but when she's sixteen she might come after me with a baseball bat. :P
 
I think not
#9
Hey #juan, is a patriotic grandfather like you aware of this site?

http://www.bornincanada.com/product_...9fcf4ded6753ae

Here's a sample.

 
#juan
#10
Would you believe

she already has that bear. We have a picture somewhere of Sheila with it. Her father, is a bigger patriot than I am. If I can find it I'll put it up.
 
I think not
#11
Haha, she has it already?

Those big blue eyes are going to drive the boys crazy when she grows up.

Granddad is going to be busy.
 
#juan
#12
Quote:

Granddad is going to be busy

True. In September I get to babysit for a few days while Sheila's parents go to Jack Newton's Bed and Breakfast in Osoyoos B.C.. My wife is going to Europe to search for dead relatives.(geneology) I was going to go but I sniveled out of it. As you are probably aware, my son and I have been amateur astronomers for quite a few years.

astronomy B & B (external - login to view)
 
I think not
#13
No actually I didn't know that. I have done some astrophotography using my friends telescope and took Astronomy in college, and that's about it. lol
 
#juan
#14
That B.& B is a neat place to go. It is about a five hour drive from Vancouver You get to look through some really world class telescopes and even take some world class photos. I wouldn't mind seeing his facilities in Arizona.
 
I think not
#15
Being an amature astronomer, I'm sure you have heard of the Keck Observatory on the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. I was there a few years back, you need a 4 wheel drive to get to the 14,000 summit. You also have to stop at 10,000 feet for about 30 minutes to adjust to the thin air. I took a few pictures up there, it was amazing. Literally above the clouds, I'll look for the pictures and post a couple.

If I'm not mistaken Canada shares an observatory there.
 
missile
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by #juan

Missile, ITN,

I thought I was being funny buying that hockey outfit. The huge maple leaves and little tiny hockey players gave us all a good laugh but I have a feeling tha mommy won't have it on her that often.

I don't know about blackmail, but when she's sixteen she might come after me with a baseball bat. :P

My grownup daughters are still bitter about some of the outfits their mother put on them as children; in particular.yellow sleeper sets with the feet and built in trapdoor in the back & the red & green dresses she forced them to wear at Christmas. [But,they did look adorable!]
 
#juan
#17
My son and I were discussing Keck and the Canada/France/Hawaii telescopes the other night and I bookmarked this site. If you scroll down you will find the CFH telescope.

Keck etc (external - login to view)
 
#juan
#18
Missile

A great aunt to our children, who has since passed on, gave our daughter a sleeper suit that had both a trap door and little wooden duck feet. Heidi was about nine years old at the time. We felt there was at least a small danger that if we left heidi alone with her great aunt, she might try to wrestle her aunt into that bloody duck suit.
 

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