Introducing Mélina

Bienvenue au monde, ma petite nièce ! Je vous présente Mélina, la fille de la sœur de David. Elle n’a que deux jours dans cette photo. Elle est née le premier juillet et pas le quatorze comme prévu. (Canada gagne !) Elle ne le sait pas encore, mais elle va commencer à apprendre l’anglais très bientôt. Et peut-être allemand et italien aussi…

Welcome to the world, my little niece! This is Mélina, David’s sister’s daughter. She’s only two days old in this photo. She was born on the first of July and not the 14th, as was planned. (Canada wins!) She doesn’t know it yet, but she’s going to start learning English very soon. And maybe German and Italian too…

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  • http://www.correresmidestino.com/ Zhu

    She is very cute. Should I send her a maple leave outfit? ;-)

    Zhus last blog post..How To Immigrate In Canada

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com Zhu

    She is very cute. Should I send her a maple leave outfit? ;-)

    Zhus last blog post..How To Immigrate In Canada

  • http://updatesfromsusan.blogspot.com/ Susan

    Tres mignon!! Felicitations!!

  • http://updatesfromsusan.blogspot.com/ Susan

    Tres mignon!! Felicitations!!

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