Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Discovering my whakapapa

My full name is Charlie John Falconer.  My parents chose my name because they wanted to give me a unisex name.  I was born in 2007 on 31st January at 11:30am at St George's Hospital.

My family chose our house because it was a quiet street where we were going to live and it had a lot of land.  
I have a lot of relatives very close to me, I have my grandma, uncle, aunt and my cousins.

I remember my grandma because she had a big fluffy dog and she also bought a very special toy for me.  A story that has come down to me was when Prince Charles visited New Zealand, my grandfather was the doctor for Prince Charles.

The most valuable things my parents have taught me was to talk, to ski, to ride my bike, and my family is the most important thing to me.

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