Here is my baby, born on Thanksgiving Day, and her big sister. Ellie looks just like her big sister did when she was a newborn! Love them both more than there are words to express. Thank yall for sharing in my joy!!!
Meeting her baby sister for the first time:
Picture my husband took for her birth announcement:
Picture I took yesterday of her at 2 weeks old:
P hanging out with baby sister:
Christmas pictures of my girls in front of our tree:
OTW HOW BEAUTIFUL AND PRECIOUS THEY BOTH ARE! pe ha ha so that is how i will refer to htem from now on! My heart is filled with joy looking at your babies! i'm so damn thrilled for you and I hope you are starting to feel better and are getting back on your feet! I'm sure that it was hard to post this so thank you so much! Gosh this has lifted my spirits so much! It's just so wonderful!
THANK YOU! YOU and YOUR GIRLS are a gift from GOD!
Its ok B. Ya know Love is HUGE! As long as you always trust in God to guide you You'll BE OK! Have faith.... it will sustain you. I understand anyway How i have felt about the issue. I would think we're similar. Take care hope you're on the mend. I've had 2 icky days
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