Letters from a Hill Farm
She is so lovely--worth all the struggle many time over, I am sure, for your family.
Oh, yes. And every minute I am thankful. She's a wonderful little girl. Took her first step the other day, babbles happily, and crawls like mad!
Aw, the sweetie!
Oh, my goodness, today's picture of Hazel Nina took my breath away! Not that we'd want to keep her this age, but could anything be more perfect?
She is so beautiful, I want to pick her up and hold her close! I know that you do!!
Oh Nan, she's *beautiful*.
Little sweetheart!Looking forward to your posts from Mrs Appleyard's Year - I love that kind of book.
A darling, darling little girl - and I saw your reply that she has taken her first step. Blessings abound.
I am SO happy to see her. Beautiful, healthy, and well-loved little girl.I am grateful.love,Sharon
What a difference a year can make! To quote Stevie Wonder "isn't she lovely"
Precious child, she's adorable.
She is a beautiful child! And I swear she was smiling back there a year ago, even while she was still struggling a bit. She knew she was loved! (I know "they" say she was too young to do so, but I'm a great-grandma and I know better!).
Precious - isn't being a grandma wonderful
Looking as if 2015 will be another very happy new year!
She's a sweetheart :) Lovely photos, and I like in the second photo the contrasting patterns of elephants and dogs.I don't know if I ever recommended the following blog to you - it's by a law professor (now retired), and she travels a lot and has many beautiful posts on that (see the labels list on the right side of the blog) - but she also blogs daily from her farmette in Wisconsin. And she became a grandmother a couple of days ago. http://ninacamic.blogspot.com You might enjoy her blogging.
Love these photos!! What a beautiful and precious little girl.
She is simply an absolute stunner.
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