Saturday, August 12, 2017

MISS HADLEY'S FIRST WEEK

My great-granddaughter Hadley is one week old today.  She is so adorable.  You know I'm going to brag on her -- at least for awhile.  She was at the doctor's this week and is doing wonderful.  Here are a few pictures.  Don't worry, I won't overload you.

 Her second day in the world.


Day two.  Her top says "Daddy's Princess has arrived."
 

Day 3.  She already has her Tennessee orange.
 

Hadley looks just like her daddy.
 

I wonder what she's dreaming about.
 


Gotta love that big bow.
 

She looks so much older than five days here.
 

 "No, mom, I don't WANT a bath!"

 I think she's just adorable.  Every time I look at her I think of what a miracle each and every baby is.

Kathy

17 comments:

  1. So cute! It amazes me that something so tiny & fragile actually becomes an adult. A miracle of life!

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  2. Kathy, You are a grammy...lol, I love it. That baby is adorable. Some times when they are quiet and looking at us, they seem almost wise. Blessings to all of you, xoxo, Susie

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    1. I'm not a grammy, I'm a memaw. LOL! She really is adorable. I love her.

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  3. Well, she IS adorable and there is no such thing as picture over-load!

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  4. She is adorable! I certainly don't mind the pictures, bring them on :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing photos of Hadley, Cathy. I really enjoyed seeing all of her different headbands, including that oversized bow. She does have quite a lot of dark hair already...like her dad?

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    1. Her dad has dark hair, her mom is a blonde. I am told that although her hair photographs dark, it is really blonde.

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  6. Oh- She is just adorable, Kathy. What a precious little soul. Those are pictures to treasure!!! xo Diana

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  7. She is BEAUTIFUL!!!! You have every right to brag!! That's your job!!

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  8. Oh Kathy, she is just beautiful. It will be a while before the grands we have will make me a great. I haven't been reading many blogs lately. Is she your first great? I remember how I felt with the first grand all the way down to the 7th. Though we have 10, 3 are blended and I missed they arrival to the world but the still fill mine. I'll hang out and catch up.

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