The work of small hands

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8 thoughts on “The work of small hands

    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog. A simple posting box made from a tin and a lid with some clothes pegs to post is the toy in the first photo.

      The bird in the header is the Keruru or New Zealand Wood Pigeon. They are large and very beautiful. They are returning in numbers now that conservation measures and predator extermination programmes are becoming effective. I just love them. I have blogged about them here and here
      They also tend to be very placid.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Thanks Juliet. Keruru are so special and chubby wee hands are the same. The older more dextrous hands are growing up and developing oh so quickly…..

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  1. Solitude

    The first pictures of your grandchild with the nice, cute little hands. Lovely hands with firm fingers.The grip of those fingers are strong. The other pictures are nice too. You have no text in the log but that is not necessary

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      No words Diana but as you say they are not needed. The chubby hands have a very strong determination. The older set of hands can do so many, many things now with amazing ease and dexterity.

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