However, it would be nice if their ages would electronically pop up on this chart when you touch a name; after all, they get older every year and this chart has been up for several years now. It is turning yellow and it doesn't have the year they were born so I couldn't tell you that. When I look at that chart, I guess at their ages. However, I do know as of today, my oldest grandchild is 16. She turned sweet 16 last month. I remember her's too because she is the first. You always remember the first. My youngest.....I think is 3. All those in between, I have to ask how old they are. Poor me, its so hard to keep up, heck, I'm doing good to keep up with my age....how old am I? A lady never tells her age, just know that I am a super proud grandmother and my age fits this status.
My husband asked me the other day, how old are my brothers and sisters. Heck, I can't tell you that either, though I know when their birthdays are. There are 8 of us and I'm the oldest; in my mind, that's all I need to know. When it comes to dates, numbers and digits it just befuddles my mind and throws me for a loop, causing me to have something I call Digititis. (I just made that word up.) It's a condition that makes you forget ages, numbers and dates. Do you suffer from this condition too, or am I the only one? As I see it, in my family of 6 children, 7 brothers and sisters and 15 grandchildren, that's a lot of digits and dates to remember and I'm not even gonna mention cousins, in-laws, nieces and nephews, or aunts and uncles. I think I need a megasauraus kind of calendar for this birthday information. Now that my reminder calendar is taped to the refrigerator, all I have to do is remember to look at it each month.....just saying, this is how my brain works when it is on overload with things to do....but staying busy is suppose to keep you young and vibrant, so I'm not complaining.........I feel super blessed.