6 May 2021

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Hewo evweybody! Itz me Phoebe! I yam neawy 4 munths hold now. Gwandpa sed I cud right a guess powst on his bog which is cold Yorkshire Pudding.

I hev had alot to lern sins I caym owt of mummy's tummy.. It  hasbeen vewwy vewy hard 4 me. At frost I dint even no wot coulors where. I dint no wot light fittins were or windoes or curtins or anyfink, anyfink at hall. I hev had 2 lern it hall an I yam still lernin evwee day. Its vewwy vewwy hard,

I like mum's milko. Its vewwy nice. Hall I hev 2 do to get my milko is 2 go gwumpy an cwy a bit. Then mummy givs me my milko.

Mummy an Daddy an gwandpa an gwanma go 2 the toy-let 2 do there buzznest but i do it in  a  dispossible nappie that mummy or gwanpa or daddy chainges  when heather it is dirty wv my poo-poo or wee=wee. Gwandpa has knot chainged me nappie yacht but he sins to me vewy nice songs wen I yam lyin in his harms. It iz vewwy suggling an nice.  An he meks upp songs jus fer me.

Gwandpa is loverly . Vewy stwong an vewy crever 2. I yam looky to hev a gwanpa lark him.

Well I  am yorking now cos I yam tyred. Time 2 go 4 asleep in my cot. Nite-nite evwybody! Hoop you larked my guess powst.

Luv

Phoebe  x

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  1. Oh my goodness! Those pink cheeks and bright blue eyes. Your grandfather was not pulling our leg (as he is wont to do). You are adorable.

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    1. Fank oo Debby. Mebbe i can bee fwends wiv yor lickle Iris.

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    2. You both love the pool. She can teach you how to somersault all around the house. It is a useful thing to know.

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    3. can wee wite on your walls wiv wax crayuns?

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    4. Iris wants to tell Phoebe that crayons are for paper.

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  2. i dunno, Phoebes, yousound a bit as if gwanpa is writing your guess post, it's quite biased towards him, isn't it?
    I like your word "yorking" I think I'd like to use it.
    Keep lernin and teachin. In my opinion, teachin is where it's at for you right now, teach those oldies what you want and when you want it, teach them to supply milkos and cwtchs and songs. You'll have them lernin to stay on their toes!

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    1. Fank oo kylee. Gwandpa jus did de typin 4 me as my fingus are 2 small.

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  3. Oh, I did indeed, Phoebe. I hope to read more posts from you in the future. You are so lucky to have grandma and grandad so close to you so you can get to know both of them at the same time you are growing so fast. Before you know it, cherished babe, you will be off on a walk with grandpa and be exploring the wonderful rivers and streams, hills and dales, and learning about the most wonderful animals like cows and sheep. That is, if Clint will take you on as a passenger. He is pretty grumpy sometimes.

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    1. Fank oo Anti-Donut. I hev nevver sin a ship or a coo. One day ah will ride on a ship.

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  4. Awww, beautiful. Phoebe is a good writer; I'm sure her spelling will improve with age. :)

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    1. Hewwo Margarine. Fank oo 4 wot ewe sed. I dunt like spell-in vewwy mutch.

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    2. I love my new name, Phoebe! At Starbucks, I've been Morgrat, Magritte, Margot, Margret, and one time--Barbara.

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  5. I 💗 your guest post, sweet Phoebe. Auntie Jen will you send you some more nice books soon and mummy, daddy, and grandpa Pudding can read them to you. Nighty night, sweet baby...🌙🦄⭐

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    1. I rike dem mogee fings ewe Putin Anti-Jennifer. Rike de Ewekneecorn one speshully. Ewe R kind lady. Gwandpa tolled me ewe hev nice pawot cold Mackoh.

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  6. How perfectly lovely to make your acquaintance, Phoebe! Now that you have mastered coulors and windoes and curtins, May I suggest that you tackle spelling next. You are very beautiful and look very much like the baby on the original Gerber baby food jars in America.

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    1. Hewo Unca Bobby! Spellin iz seward 4 licker bay-bees. Sowwy! I wiltry hardur.

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    1. Joy iz nighs naym an eezy 2 spell!!!!!!!!

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  8. Hello Phoebe!
    Well this makes very nice change from your Grandpa's blogs. You have certainly learned a lot in your nearly four months, and I don't doubt that Mummy and Daddy, and your Grandpas and Grandmas will comment on how quickly the time has gone by, and how quickly you have grown. You'll hear them say that a lot!
    Don't worry about your spelling - I think you're just practising for when you get your first smart phone, in a couple of years time. You're doing pretty well and will have no problem making yourself understood. But don't let your Grandpa Yorkie know!

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  9. Much joy - the greatest perhaps.

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    1. Not cold Joy Miser shed. Cold phoebe!!!

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  10. Phoebe, what song were you singing when Grandpa took that photo?

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    1. I woz singun "Behold and see, if there be any sorrow" fwom Handulls Messhigher.

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  11. Hello Phoebe, you are probably the youngest guest-poster ever, and certainly the most beautiful! You say you are lucky to have a grandpa like yours. Well, I‘d say he is lucky to have a granddaughter like you!

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    1. Eye yam jus a lickle baybee. Fank oo!

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  12. She is lovely and I don't believe for a moment that she wrote this. I'm sure her spelling is impeccable.

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  13. Dear Phoebe, what a wonderful guest post, and how clever of you to put it together. You are quite right; you are very lucky to have the grandad that you have, as well as all the other wonderful people in your life, but you are also bringing so much joy to many others, beautiful girl. Sending my love to you, Elizabeth.x

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  14. Wait till Phoebe learns that Gwandpa communed with the Moai on Easter Island.
    Phoebe will want to unwrap her chocolate egg on her very own Easter Island.
    You will need to recreate Easter Island in the garden. With those miniature Moai.
    Haggerty

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    1. I can buy plastic moai from our local garden centre. I think they sell Haggerty Heads too.

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    2. When Phoebe is a toddler she will be on speaking terms with her garden Moai.
      *What's Up Wee Man?* she will greet him. All the kids say What's Up Guys?
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  15. Lord, that is a beautiful child.

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  16. That's a very cute photo. Look at those eyes!

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  17. I say lets have a Phoebe guest post every week .

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    1. I say let's have a Northsider fence post!

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    2. Keep us posted on the decision.

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  18. miaow, this is taksers cat phoebe. he left his computery thing out again. i don't know why he has a cat name and i have a people name.

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    1. Herro Phoebe Cat. I yam glade ewe R a cat an knot a doggie.

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  19. Isn't it ridiculous what a Grammy or Grampa will do for a grandbaby? You're obviously besotted and I can't say as I blame you, YP. She is perfect!

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    1. Yes she is and I am happy to be in the Grandpa club.

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  20. I think that she was singing John Rutter's "Look at the World". A world that Grandpa will enjoy showing her as they walk the hills together. She grows more beautiful every time we see her.
    Adele

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    1. My photos do not do her justice Adele. Of course Charlotte Grace is much prettier.

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  21. Phoebe suspiciously has a good bit of praise for her grandfather.

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    1. Not enough in my very humble opinion - YP

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