A TRIP IN THE CANARY ISLANDS (LANZAROTE) P4 & Finie. A Mixed-Up!

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A short foreword; It was an exhausting night! Our grandson, Ilias, spent last night with us. It may sound usual, but it was the first time he slept outside of the home and his mother’s arm. Our son Raphael wanted it because he wanted a breakthrough with that, and in the whole family, we were the only ones to take this challenging task!

My name is Ilias. πŸ’–

Anyway, waking up hourly and trying to calm him was our changing duty, though I was scared of worse! We can be proud of this, and I am somehow awake to say some words more today. πŸ˜‰πŸ€“

Let’s make a final travel report from the last trip to Lanzarote because there may come a new one!😁

In the cities:

Here are some by Regina;

In between, we took a trip to the other side of the island to see more waves. Because where we lived, the sea was much calmer than the east part.

Here I have tried to make it live!

And we say cheers till the next trip! πŸ€—πŸ™πŸ’–

16 thoughts on “A TRIP IN THE CANARY ISLANDS (LANZAROTE) P4 & Finie. A Mixed-Up!

      • LOl.. well yes. Our youngest is not good at being away from his mam but we look after him the two days cos she works. The first day we had him he cried all day, the wee soul. he’s quite the thing now though. We looked after our wee granddaughter overnight a few weeks ago cos her mum and dad were at a wedding. She was so excited to come and then she had this awful bug and was ill all night. A long time since we’ve had a not well kid at night. So be very proud of doing your bit.

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  1. elainemansfield

    Gorgeous color as we’ve spent the last 5 days in a January-like deep freeze with snow on the ground. Every day this week will be warmer, so I hope to thaw my body. I love seeing the beauty and the sweet love you have with family. I’m glad your grandson survived his mama-separation and you survived it, too. Eventually (I promise) they don’t want to sleep next to mama anymore but want to take on life as an adventure. He’s lucky to have loving grandparents to help with the transitions.

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    • Oh thank you, lovely Elaine. You give me a lot of courage for the next πŸ€—πŸ™β€οΈ and yes, you have had a hard winter and new it’s all melting away. Here is still cold but sunny. Anyway, the Spring is coming soon. πŸ’žπŸ’–πŸ₯°πŸ™β€οΈ

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