It was Miss Whaleoil's birthday

We had Miss Whaleoil's 9th birthday party today. Grandma Whaleoil prepared a cake that Winston would have been proud of and we had the whole family together which is a rarity. My brother and his family live in Seoul and only come back to NZ at best once a year, so it is great to see them.

Here is a photo of the Poodle Cake and of my daughter and her two cousins, Charlie, on the left and Angelica in the middle. Both are smart little madams. Angelica speaks English, Korean and Filipino.

So today we had Grandma and Grandpa Whaleoil, Nana and Skippy Whaleoil, Brother Whaleoil with Sister in Law Whaleoil and Angelica Whaleoil, Sister Whaleoil and Charlie Whaleoil. A great family day.

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