Playtime at Ouma’s place.


I had a little visitor. She had a good time playing with her “Ouma’s” toys.

Dressing her magnetic doll and visiting the people on her farm.

Then Bea ate an ice lolly and wet her lovely pink dress. We had to look for something to wear while the dress dried in the sun. We picked one of my T-shirts and did some painting. Ouma gave her her own diary to write and paint in.

15 responses to “Playtime at Ouma’s place.”

  1. Jou kleindogter is net te mooi en die geluk straal uit haar uit terwyl sy so by jou sit en speel ❤

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    1. Sy geniet my spesiale houer met haar speelgoedjies in. Baie bly dat sy so rustig by my kuier. Ons het ook ons spesiale geheime wat ons vir niemand vertel nie. Sy maak seker dat ek nie verklap nie.

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      1. ‘n Vriendin van my se kleindogter het gesê sy wil vir haar ouma ‘n groot geheim vertel: “Ek is lief vir jou!”

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        1. Haha, lekker man. Ons twee kan heerlik gesigte trek en sjuut wys met vingertjie en oë saam om niks te sê nie. Veral as Ouma iets regkry wat Pappa of Mamma nie kan nie.

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  2. What precious, precious moments!!!!!

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    1. They are precious and I’m glad I have these moments with her.

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  3. Memories last a lifetime

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    1. Ek stem volkome saam. By my is sy heel rustig en kalm. Soek nou n papierpop sodat ek saam met haar kan speel.

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  4. What are those magnetic toys called? I’ve never seen those.

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    1. I don’t know the name of it but the doll and all her clothes have magnet at the back and the front must have something in it that makes that the clothes stick in place. I just found it one day in our Warehouse.

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      1. I’ll have to start looking

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        1. I’ll browse the shop again and see if there is another one so that I can get a name for it.

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          1. We Oumas and Lady Ms have to stick together 😉

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