What adorable young ladies. About the previous post - I have not seen the term Negroes in many, many years.Yes, they do have their own cultural differences but that is not all bad, just like ours is not all bad.
Isn't it amazing to see how little they all once were? How's the Big Sister doing with the baby?Have fun with them, Brenda!
I'd give anything to be able to snuggle that little one. Alexis is going to be a fantastic big sister.
Ahhhh, I want one NOW!!!! Either one, both, all. My daughter was keeping her little 9 month old cousin yesterday (my brother's grandson), and came by here. I fed him GRITS and he loved them! Yay, another redneck in the family. :)
Oh, they are so adorable!
I want one too, ALl I get are Grandpuppies!!!
Can't tell about the sleepy one, but the other girl might be the next Jane Austen.
Those are two beautiful girls....they must take after their Nanny.I can just see "the Chick" thinking of something mischievous to do! Cute, cute.
Beautiful!I think little girls are gifts from god (at least until they're teenagers and you want to drive a stake in their heart for their vile cellphone encrusted evilness)
absolutely adorable! so so cute. I want a baby too... but I reckon I'll suffice to having my big baby (Gary) *wink* I just bet Big sister will be such a little mommy to her little sister, and she won't want for a thing. Big sis will see that she has it all... I can't get over how cute they both are. Thanks for sharing Brenda! ((hugs))
Oh the baby is so cute!!!!! They look so sweet and innocent like that don't they. Then they learn to sit up, talk, walk and then the torture really begins.
Those two angels sure do look a lot alike. You can tell their sisters! They are so lucky to be born into such a wonderful loving family.
I just love pictures of all your kids. It makes me feel like I almost know them. And I'm particularly fond of blue eyes. Both my sons have blue eyes. (mine are brown)Thanks so much for sharing.
They are gorgeous! Nothing better than the soft head of a baby resting on your chest just under your chin. Really makes the blood pressure settle down and smile.
Post a Comment