This is the first photo of him, as of yesterday he didn't look much different, he is so gorgeous, I've had a few cuddles.
Don't think I will forget where we were when we had a phone call from DS, we had just emerged from the Underground at Leicester Square, had walked up to Cambridge Circus when my mobile rang and DS told us we had a grandson. Ian and I were on our way to the appropriate named Prince Edward
Theatre to see Miss Saigon, booked a long while back through the U3A theatre group.
That bulk booking meant we felt we couldn't really walk out, but neither of us enjoyed the show, the music wasn't memorable, the singing sounded like shouting with a noisy background, the raunchy action was over the top. Quite a few patrons left, there were plenty of empty seats, I could see why the admission price had halved and that the organiser had struggled to find ten people to go, we didn't read the reviews beforehand. Not often we don't enjoy a production, the last one I remember disliking was A Little Light Music at the Adelphi some 40+ years ago.
We have booked, optimistically for Guys and Dolłs for early next year. As my Mother always said "Something to look forward to". (She didn't worry about preposition and their place in a sentence, apologies to pedants)
Running low on iPad battery so more another time, cheerio from this new grandmother, to be called Mama if you wanted to know.