Letters from a Hill Farm
I'm so glad you came back to blogging and can share this little darling. Big smooch! (those cheeks!)
Margaret says those cheeks should have their own area code. :<))
God bless Hazel Nina with health and happiness! Thanks, Nan.
Thank you so much for those wonderful words!
What a beautiful little face! Go for you, Hazel Nina.
She's a great girl!
She is beautiful! Thanks for sharing her progress - so wonderful! Mary
We are so grateful to all the doctors. She's quite a baby!!
Oh, those cheeks! :-)
She is darling -- and thriving! Thanks for sharing your precious grand-daughter with us.
Isn't thriving just the most wonderful word!
Such a BIG girl! Miracles abound, and she is a cutie!
I love your words!
Oh my gosh she is absolutely so beautiful. And this really points out how very very tiny the darling was at birth. I know I thought my 8ish- pounders were delicate and impossibly small. Congratulations on this milestone!
It really does, doesn't it. When I look back at pictures I can hardly believe she was so tiny. We were all so thrilled when she would gain a couple ounces. Thank you!
So darling and so beautiful, Nan, and obviously doing well. A wonderful milestone.
We are all so thankful every minute. She's a dear, dear little person.
That's awesome. And she's a sweetheart. I love how she's looking with such rapt attention at someone or something off-camera.
She has an amazing gaze. She really looks at people, and definitely knows the difference between them. A wonder. A miracle.
A beautiful baby girl.
She's just beautiful! And those cheeks are perfect for Grammy kisses!
Most definitely a miracle baby! If you never post another book review or share a garden post or a recipe from your kitchen, I will always follow your blog if Miss Hazel Nina is the subject. She is so precious and I love to see how she's growing... and to read between the lines and see how positively happy you are as her Grammy! Happy, happy, happy! xoxo
I can happily oblige! I may have to rename it 'letters about hazel nina and campbell walker' ha ha. he should arrive any day now.
Now that I am a grandmother, it seems that I am often late in replying to your most-appreciated comments. But I read them as soon as they come in, and I will write as soon as I can. Please do come back and check. I love these blogging conversations.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.