How Quickly They Grow Up

Well a month is a long time in leaf family formation.

The three progeny of

Let's call this "the mother".

Let’s call this “the mother”.

and

Dad

Dad

have now all partnered.  Here is  the photographic evidence:

#1 Son takes a wife

#1 Son (left) takes a wife

The eldest son chose a very worthy girl.  Moss stitch is a good sensible compromise between stocking stitch and garter stitch.  Wide child-bearing hips and a Chanel inspired slimming gesture in the vertical embellishment down her front.  I expect good results from this pairing.

Daughter selects a mate

Daughter (right) selects a mate

Dad was a bit concerned about his little princess’s choice.  “A little bit fancy”, he thought privately.  Still, with such contrasting physical builds, the children should be beautiful and robust.

The boy baby of the family chose a really curvacious partner.

The boy baby of the family (right) chose a really curvacious partner.

Finally, Mum and Dad got rid of the third child when he married a girl of somewhat mottled appearance and a tendency to one dimensionality….

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2 Responses to How Quickly They Grow Up

  1. louise708 says:

    Can’t wait to see the Grandkids!

  2. lizarnold28 says:

    and the great grandleaves… Displaying this is going to be interesting 🙂

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