Saturday, 15 February 2014

Helping Daddy

I'll make the most of it while it lasts - this little girl loves helping her daddy!


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  1. Kev, yours is the first blog I've read this morning and those photos brought a smile to my heart. So wise to keep that "while it lasts" in mind; they grow up so fast!

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    1. What a nice comment! At the moment the weeks seem to fly by so I know they won't stay young forever!

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  2. Gosh she is darling! I used to help my dad with everything. Even cement mixing. I think it helps me now because I know if a builder is trying to bodge or be a cowboy. Plus I am quite happy to try and fix something if I really know what I am doing and I know when to get an expert.

    Love the hat.

    I can imagine, the carrying of the bucket, 'I can do it Daddy!' When you try and take it. So sweet.

    ps lovely leeks

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    1. She won't get much choice in the summer if she helps or not! I'm going to make sure she helps me grow as much as we can!
      The leeks we a bit thin to be honest - I think I started them off a bit late.

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  3. And doing a good job as well! Alex likes to help his Daddy, so long as it is banging nails into pieces of wood!

    None of my leeks have come up, I guess it is just too hot here.

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    1. Ev likes it so long as it involves water. She then later crys that her hands are too cold!

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  4. They love to help at that age and it is good for them. Of course they eventually become teenagers, oh well, enjoy it while it lasts we all grow up.

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    1. She does love it. I only have to mention outside and she comes running!

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  5. That' how I started. I see a raise in pocket money in the near future!
    Jane x

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    1. She doesn't kknow about pocket money yet (and I'd like to keep it that way for a little while!)

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  6. Green grass, and leeks? what is that? I heard that in some places in the world they actually have that. I can't remember what that is like. Greetings from my own corner Siberia ;-)

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    1. See also the mud thats everywhere! I nearly get stuck everytime I go out there!

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  7. My daughters helped when they were little and then less as they grew older. Then they had daughters.... yeh! a new generation of little helpers !
    I have a lovely photo of my eldest granddaughter when she was five ( fourteen years ago) holding a couple of leeks she had just washed.
    Gill

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    1. I'm trying to make sure there's plenty of photos of Ev just doing toddler things so I can remember these moments in years to come. Hopefully be a long while until I'm a grandfather!

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  8. Gorgeous photos, and a lovely little helper, many hands make light work .... even if it does take you a little bit longer.

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    1. She does make it take a little longer but it's so much more fun when she's helping! If I set her to a little task he'll do it for ages.

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