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Pneumonia


Our baby girl is poorly!

It sounds like Ryan is doing a fantastic job looking after her...
But we want to see her & shower her with herbal remedies, fruit & advice!
She's not going to like it & probably won't listen...
 But she's our little girl...

Looking forward to giving you a big hug sweet little Sallness!!!

Love Momwah & Poppalopsy

♥ xx ♥



Comments

Kath said…
Aw, get well soon, lovely girl!
Anonymous said…
Feel better soon.
The Smiths said…
Thank you Kath & Mel - sure she will be fine soon, just glad we saw her at the weekend.

Kay :)
pattypan.2 said…
Ooh nasty poor kid. Hope she feels much better soon. I am glad that you got to see her and to give some parental tlc much as they protest I think they secretly are calmed by the visit and of course making sure that they are stocked with things to make her feel more comfortable. Hope all is better soon.

Hugs

Pattypan

x

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