KiTh aNd kIN
[kith and kin] – phrase/idioms. - one's relations. The word kith is Old English, and the original senses were ‘knowledge’, ‘one's native land’, and ‘friends and neighbours’. oRiGIn: The phrase kith and kin originally denoted one's country and relatives; later one's friends and relatives. -KinS [-k-nn-s]- a diminutive suffix of nouns: indicates smallness or, by semantic extension qualities such as familiarity and affection as in daddykins - a name a child calls their father when they want something.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

MK: "You're nearly one - you can try your first bit of cake" HK:"Humm cupcake you say?"

HK: "YAH CUPCAKES ROCK!" MK: "Humm this must be why they say not to give babies sugar"

We posted the invites for your birthday party today little HK.  A whole year has nearly gone.  A great year - a tough year all in one.  If a fairy asked me if I wanted to live it all again? Sure would my little bundle of fun.