Friday, January 8, 2010

Family Friday

Hey yall! We had an exciting day. Gran Gran and Vickie came up to Savannah to see the brand new precious darling "T" and visit with his parents and Debbie, who is his grandmother. Everyone loved on him! We had 4 generations here today. After visiting a while, we had taco soup (that Debbie brought), salad and bread. Since I was the hostess, it was my responsibility to hold precious while everyone ate. He was a little angel for Aunt Frannycakes! I wanted everyone to eat very slow so I could snuggle with him for a good long time. We had a nice visit and we took these pic's to share with you. Enjoy!


Anonymous said...

Looks like little "T" has a lot of fans... Such a cutie!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

What a precious baby! Congrats to the proud FAMILY! BTW, Debbie, your dental work did wonders!

BigHeadFred411 said...

Hello Frannycakes,

I hope this new year finds you happy and well. I guess you could say, long time no talk. I have been away for a while. The truth is, your numerous rejections were more than I could handle. I tried to cope with the pain, but I just couldn't. I had to leave the states. I have been living amongst several Aborigine tribes in the Torres Straits Islands at the northern-most tip of Queensland, Australia near Papua New Guinea. It has been a humbling experience to say the least.

Enough about me, lets's talk about YOU. It is obvious from your most recent posts that you yearn for the joy and warmth and satisfaction that can only come from taking care of an infant. I am writing you for the first time in a year or so, simply because I believe I can help you.

It was my good friend Brad who originally suggested that I spend time with the Aborigine. He and his wife Angelina have adopted 2 children from one of the tribes that I recently lived with. As you may have seen recently in the trashy American tabloids, these children have brought to them, the same joy that you seek. I have a close relationship with an Aborigine family that is looking for a better life for their brand new twins: a girl named Babirye (meaning "first of twins" in Swahili) and a boy named Dubaku (meaning "11th born child" in Swahili). I have given your name, address and phone number to a representative of the family. You should be receiving further information soon. There is no need to thank me. Just knowing that I have helped to fill a rather obvious void in your life is all the thanks I need.



Anonymous said...

Wow Ms. Frannycakes,

This Fred guy is incredible. You are so lucky to have him in your life. It's like he knew exactly what you needed and then sprang into action to make it happen. You are very fortunate.

Anonymous said...

Please, please, please, if you get pictures, share them with us as soon as you get them. This is so exciting!!!