It meant a lot for Sara that the connections between her mother and her children were captured in the home she grew up in. The house is still very much a meeting point for the three sisters and the six grandchildren.

When Nanna has her six grandchildren with her at home, she runs races and does “exercises” or crafts with them to keep them busy. Left to their own devices, you might find them on top of each other (and Sadie, the little one is not the last one to take part!), jumping into the air or banging on the piano. I also witnessed loads of big hugs and giggles showing how much the cousins love spending time with each other and with their nanna.

Grandchildren at their grandma's houseGrandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house Grandchildren at their grandma's house

But school homework had to be done and everyone had to leave. One last walk down the laneway with their auntie.

But what is she up to?!!

 

 

Share

Leave a comment