Sunday, August 16, 2009

Saturday August 15

So Will had dialysis today. He did okay...............
Enough about Will, did I tell you what a beautiful granddaughter I have? (I know, I am a bit prejudiced and a little obsessed.) Just look at the pictures below and see if I'm not right.

This is one of my favorites (well, they all are).
She's going to her first doctor checkup.
I think she's hoping that George has to go in instead of her.

Sweet dreams for a sweet princess.

Angel sent me this yesterday with a note that Kayli was missing her grandma. I think I might go out and buy her a gold mine.
What a pout, she has that "Atwood" pout for sure.

Below: See this isn't all about Kayli, here's Will holding Kayli.
He can't get enough of her. The way he looks at her sometimes brings tears to my eyes.

Below: Grandpa and his new girl, she's smiling. Now Grandpa is going out to buy her another gold mine.

Below: for some reason, I love ruffles on little girls' bum-bums (yes, that's what I call it). So this is the first outfit with ruffles so I had to take a picture. You would not believe this little one's closet--full of clothes.
Aaron changes her clothes three or four times a day just because she looks good in all her new clothes.
He's such a good dad and Angel's bouncing back so quickly. I don't think I have ever seen her this happy. They are making great parents.

Below: Here's our good friends, Coach and Donna Clark being introduced to the newest and best. It was funny because she cried when she saw Randy. Funny. So now I have to go out and buy her another gold mine. How many does that make anyway?

Here's that guy again----what was his name again? Oh yea, Uncle Will. Just teasing.
Coach brought over a Nike Basketball so Uncle Will can start working with her. All she wants is her binky right now, but Will said he will start working with her tomorrow right after lunch. I really don't know if he's teasing or not.

Tomorrow we are all going to try to go to church, even Will. So hopefully I will have some church pictures of her tomorrow night, maybe even with that guy that you all come into this blog to read about. HeeHee.
Life is so darn good. God has worked His best miracle yet.
I hope you all have a great Sunday.
GOD BLESS and keep you all safe.


Miss W said...

What great pictures (even of you Randy)! Donna looks pretty comfortable in that Grandma role :)

You did quite well, Angel. It is so good to see you smiling.

I'm sure Will is working his coaching magic on her. What a blessing!

Hugs to all.

Christine said...

Aww how precious!!!! :) This pictures are absolutely wonderful! We miss you guys down here.

Anonymous said...

I think I can speak for everyone when I say Terri that you and your family love babies so much and have always had a way of making all of us feel that you have loved our babies like your own. This precious little granddaughter of yours is blessed beyond words to be part of your wonderfully, loving family. She has the most incredible parents and grandparents.
We are wishing you guys all the BEST! Can't wait to meet this beautiful-beautiful little girl!
Love, Megan and Curt