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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Wordless Wednesday

Last week my grandson Colton said he didn't think the baby girl was going to wait for another three weeks to come into this world.  If he were a betting man he could have been a millionaire! This Wordless Wednesday is not wordless! This is beautiful Miss Shea Avery Marie ! This five pound fifteen ounce girl made her debut last night at 11:20 P.M. She was in such a hurry to get here she said I am coming now and did not wait for the doctor to arrive. Rather she came quickly with nurses delivering this bundle of beautiful pinkness.  She is nineteen inches long and already a very good baby.
Life has been different lately. Then this happened. I think God wanted to spread some joy so He sent this baby girl.
The little phamily. As you know, during these times, only one phamily member can be present with you. So Harrison James is waiting patiently at home to meet his sister.  Alastor is watching them from paradise. God is good, He is very good.


Debby@Just Breathe said...

Congratulations! Welcome to the world sweet little Shea Avery Marie.

Sandee said...

What a wonderful surprise, honey. I know you're over the moon happy. As you should be.

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Anne. Big hug. ♥

Brian said...

Hooray for a wonderful bundle of cuteness!!!! Such a sweetie.

messymimi said...

Congratulations, and Praise the Lord for a safe delivery.

Mevely317 said...

Welcome to the world, sweet Shea Avery Marie! I so love her long fingers. Oh Anne -- how could anyone have known that Shea is my all-time favorite girl's name? (I practically begged son and DIL to name one of their girls that, but hey. You know Grandma's don't get naming rights.)

Edna B said...

Congratulations on this beautiful new baby. May she enjoy a long, happy life. Hugs, Edna B.

Cathy Kennedy said...
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Cathy Kennedy said...


Congrats on the new precious grandbaby! Children are indeed blessings from the Lord...until they hit their teen years, right? lol Oh my, I laugh at this now but I'm telling you those were the roughest years ever. I hope these new parents listen to your words of wisdom preparing them for the possible storms to come. I'm happy all went well and pray for God's protection upon this tiny one. May she be a light in the darkness, a force to be reckon with against the foes of evil. God bless! Stay well and enjoy the holiday weekend, my dear!