Our third great grandchild was born yesterday.
She is quite small, weighing in at 4lb 15oz and, as she is having trouble feeding, is in a Special Unit but it is hoped she will be back on the Ward later today.
I've no doubt she is going to be a handful, the little tinker was breach and refused to turn so Mum needed a Caesarean.
Her name is Emie, welcome to the world darling girl, wishing you a life of love and happiness.
Now I have to get ready as, in a couple of hours, I have an appointment with my MP, Mr. Ed Miliband, to give him the Jigsaw piece I have made for him, to remind him he is a piece of the solution to world hunger and of all the babies in the world who aren't as lucky as Emie. I think hunger will be on his mind as he is spending the morning at local supermarkets collecting food for our local food banks.
The IMApiece art installation was unveiled in Manchester last Friday and I'm proud to be part of this initiative which is raising awareness of the world hunger problems, but it is only a beginning.
Thank you for all the kind birthday wishes on my last post and a, belated, welcome to my newest follower, Teresa, you can find her lovely blog here.
Freezing weather on its way to the UK so get yourselves wrapped up well and, whatever you are doing, I hope you have a lovely weekend.
p.s. If you have a minute, don't forget to sign the Save the Children "Race Against Hunger" petition.