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May 10, 2010

It's a girl...

Early this morning...a little girl was born to my sister, Susanna, and her husband, John. She gave birth at home and shortly after 2am woke up her older daughters to meet their new little sister. She was 8 pounds 8 oz and 21 inches long, has brown hair and shiny dark eyes, she got quite a nice grasp on my fingers...so very sweet. I was so excited to take photos...and apparently left my camera at their house, but here is a photo someone else took:Three little girls...we'll see if the hand me down clothes make it from my sister in law (Lucy) and then Hannah and Olivia, to Juliana, Emma and their new lil sister...otherwise, we'll have to go shopping!

10 comments:

elizabeth said...

Many years and thank and praise God! What a lovely and cute picture!

Stacey said...

Congratulations! What a little blessing -she is beautiful:)

DebD said...

what a great photo. Congratulations to your sister and many years to your new baby niece

Samantha said...

Ahh...congrats to your sister and her family. I'm impressed she did a home delivery! Good for her.

Thanks for the cute comment you left on my blog today. It's with a very heavy heart I have to tell you that Sedona's friend did not make it :( I'm so very sad.

Xenia Kathryn said...

Wow, your sister is my hero! Nearly two weeks overdue, eh? Okay, I can do this... :)

Susanna looks terrific for having just given birth! What a beautiful little baby!

Congrats to the family and to you, Auntie! :)

Matushka said...

How sweet! She is beautiful!

Many years!
M.Michelle

Pres. Kathy said...

May God bless your new niece! Hope you are doing well! Miss you! Make sure to enter my spring giveaway!

Michelle M. said...

What a sweet photo! Many years!

Anonymous said...

was it a planned at home birth? or was it a suprise and quick delivery? carlo's mom gave birth to all 5 of his brothers and sisters at home, including the twins! carlo was her first born, and was born in the hospital, and she didnt like that experience. what is your new neices name? how exciting!
lori desantis

Mimi said...

Sigh! What an amazingly beautiful photo! Congratulations and Many Years!
I always say that homebirthed babies are the best ;)