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My Niece Turned Two

15 Mar

Little Miss turned two today.

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She had a Frozen party in the park.

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She’s grown so fast.

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She’s no longer a baby.

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Now she’s a little girl.

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🙂

(If you’ve been wondering where I’ve been recently, I’ve been looking after Little Miss three days a week.  It’s a temporary arrangement but it means my weeks are full, with school happening from Fridays through to Mondays).

🙂

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6 Comments

Posted by on March 15, 2015 in Family Events

 

6 responses to “My Niece Turned Two

  1. Petra

    March 15, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    She looks very sweet 🙂 And you sound very busy!

     
  2. Jen in Qld

    March 15, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Wow, that time went fast. She certainly is a little girl now, not a baby. Oh dear, I am going to have to say that cliche but they do grow so fast. This coming weekend I will officially have two teenagers. When did that happen? 😉

    Best wishes
    Jen in Qld

     
  3. Jen

    March 16, 2015 at 5:47 am

    She is a cutie! My youngest turns two in a couple of weeks. I’d be interested to hear how you would change what you do if you did have a toddler around full time.

     
    • Tracey

      March 16, 2015 at 6:40 am

      Panic! Hehehe.

      I’ve tried continuing our homeschooling with my niece underfoot three days a week but I haven’t managed the knack. We get a few things done at nap time but aside from that that little girl has us enchanted every other hour of the day. I think it would be slightly different if the toddler was our own and they’d grown up in our household. But probably not by much.

      But if I had to homeschool with a toddler, I’d be starting with getting them used to read aloud time and playing quietly by themselves at times. We’ve little by little got my niece used to sitting more quietly in the car so we can listen to our audio. So I think it’s possible.

      Basically, my hat goes off to homeschooling mum’s with toddlers and babies. I seriously don’t know how you do it! You deserve medals, although I must say, having a toddler is a big time reward in itself. We love our borrowed toddler, despite the noise and mess she makes. 🙂

       
      • Jen

        March 16, 2015 at 11:29 am

        My toddler suddenly needs all my attention when we read aloud. It is somewhat of a challenge.

         
  4. Tracy Kelly

    March 16, 2015 at 9:01 am

    She is very cute Tracey, I can see a great resemblance in her and Brayden. I agree with you, now that they are grown it would be difficult to go back to little ones around and getting any work done, don’t know how we all managed it back then…

     

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