Monday, December 20, 2004


It's been busy since the last entry, but Millie is as beautiful as ever - especially when she dances to 'Bananas in Pyjamas'.

One afternoon a little while back she fell out in the street when playing with her Dad, and would not put her weight on her legs. We imagined the worst, but when she woke up in the morning she was running again. Any ideas about that?

She's had two infections in the last couple of weeks - upper respiratory tract infection (for which the good doctor prescribed antibiotics), and a bug which only lasted 24 hours (high temperature and vomiting) which we think she picked up in a friend's swimming pool. She's over that now, and happy as ever.

She's always asking us to turn the ceiling fans on, with a rotating motion with her hand (so cute!), and still regularly wants to 'shweeesh' the dog and feed him.

A couple of days ago Jan and she were getting something from the pantry cupboard and she got very excited, and Jan discerned that she'd seen a 'baked beans' tin, and insisted 'bake bean'.

Please continue to pray for this little one. She had a wonderful time at our family Christmas party last night.

Rowland Croucher

Monday, December 06, 2004


Oh, my baby, ma curly headed baby
We'll sit below the sky and sing a song to the moo,oo,oo,oo,oon

Oh, my baby, my little darkie baby,
Your daddy's in the cotton fields,
A-working for the coo,oo,oo,oon

Oh, lulla,lulla,lulla,lulla bye bye
Does you want the moon to play with
Or the stars to run away with
They'll come if you don't cry
Oh,lulla, lulla, lulla, lulla, bye bye
In your mammy's arms be creeping,
And soon you'll be a-sleeping
Lulla, lulla, lulla, lulla bye.