Hello Billy buuz, it has been busy time with many events to organise. Also it's the winter time and the runny nose army has arrived in our house. Your baby sister is very cute, she says: I'm not well, Mummy. Runny nose! So Mummy leaves whatever she is doing and attends to her nose. She is in a good mood though, dancing while watching the Night Garden programme on Cbeebies. She is very funny. She makes a little mistake while dancing and says very quickly 'sorry sorry' and carries on dancing. Aww, Mummy loves this stage. Toddlers starting to walk and talk and their personality starting to show more than before.
Your big brother is doing well in his football but he was off school today because of a cold. The only one who is out at school is your big sister. Mummy keeps remembering hor your Mongolian grandfather and grandmother (ovoo and emee) used to warn Mummy to wear warm clothes. Now Mummy has turned into them herself. Scotland is warmer than Mongolia in winter but it's damp. So it feels cold too. Mummy used to wear felt boots and sheep skin deels and later on marmot skin coat.
Mummy was on Daily Record newspaper last Saturday. Mummy will put a link here. The article has over 800 likes and shares on Facebook and about 30 tweets on Twitter. The journalist did a good job.
THIS Christmas there will be an extra plate of food set out on the
table at the Ramsay house in Troon for baby Billy, who was born with
Down’s Syndrome and lived for only three months.
celebrates a birthday in the family, Uuganaa Ramsay will cut an extra
slice of cake for Billy and when her other three children sign a card
they’ll always add their lost little brother’s name.
Billy died in
February 2010 but he’ll never be forgotten by his family and now
Uuganaa has written a book about moving from Mongolia to Scotland and
how she coped with the tragic death of her child...
The article link is here.
Love you Billy. XXXX