Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
poliphilo

Fabrizio, Christa, Miguel

At five Fabrizio likes to be called by his full name, so I need to stop thinking of him as Fabi. He can hold a tune and is into break-dancing.

At three Christa has a big vocabulary and a burgeoning Scouse accent.  She's smart. I find myself dealing with her person to person not adult to kid.

At four months Miguel is- well- what can you say about a baby? He seems like a happy soul. 
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