Y'all may remember my granddaughter giving the stink eye to a girl who had knocked her down in her first soccer game. Maybe a couple of softball photos, too. Well soccer and softball lost out to dance. She'll be 13 on 12/13. This photo is about 2 years ago!
Enjoy your time with your Grandkids while you can they grow up fast. My Grandson had just turned 5 when I took this picture September, 2010. It was his first time shooting a .22 and he was a shooter right from the start. He was busting clay pigeons into smaller and smaller pieces at about 40 yards with the old Marlin Glenfield. I had cut the stock down and shortened the barrel about 30 years ago when my Son and Daughter were young. Notice two fingers on the 4lb. trigger. Now he has a busy life with football, part time job and steady girlfriend. He was starting defensive tackle on varsity football last fall and was named most improved player by the coach. He was also a mount man (lifts the cheerleaders) during basketball season. So we don't get to see him or his brothers as much now but we are proud of him and his brothers.
Had the newest two grandkids come and visit us for the first time. Told my daughter with her new son (their first child) that she had a ways to go to catch up with her brother who now has seven. Attributed to grandfather bias, but I think they are the the cutest grandkids anywhere.
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