Friday, November 03, 2017

Aren't They Grand?

I told you that Seven turned three, but did I tell you Nine is one? He loved his cake!

I posted the following on Facebook on October 14. It was a short lived anomaly.

One is nine. 
Two is eight 
Three is seven. 
Four is six. 
Five is five. 
Six is four. 
Seven is three. (Today) 
Eight is two. 
Nine will be one on the 27th. 

One is now ten and our grandchildren begin the ritual of flipping numbers again. Two will be nine in December and this sequence will never happen again quite like it did this year. (Perhaps I am the only one who found it amusing...) Little Wesley, Number Ten, throws the sequence off being just two months younger than Nine, but we don't want to trade him in or anything. He's pretty cool.

Nine had a great little birthday celebration for his first birthday on the 27th of October and had two birthday songs. One sung in English and another in Spanish. How cool is that?


  1. ...I just got back from our 7-year-old's birthday part, how time flies.

    1. I know. I can't believe how little they were just a few days ago...

  2. One is 51/2...
    Two is still due....
    Your Nine is a cutie....really enjoying his cake!🎈
    Linda :o)

    1. I have reached my goal of remembering each and every grandchild birthday with a gift this year. Perhaps this does not seem a monumental task but to me it is.
      Can't wait to meet your Two.

    2. Good for you!
      Can't wait to meet her either....☺️

  3. Oh, you're not the only one... I love it when unusual/interesting number patterns and sequences show up! Happy birthday to Seven!