"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Her first Christmas...

At a little over 4½ months old, our sweet Cully May celebrated her first Christmas... 



...and we were her captive audience.

From our family to yours, we hope you had a special Christmas too. 


hugs


23 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos. Little ones sure make it special.

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  2. How delightful to share such a precious time with your family. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. What lovely happy photos. A very special Christmas

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  4. What a gorgeous little angel she is. You all look wonderful, thanks for sharing. Guida

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  5. A wonderful family Christmas .. Fabulous special photos....

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  6. Thank you Jenny for sharing such sweet photos of your precious family. So very sweet.

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  7. Lovely family photos, Jenny! Cully May is growing so fast!

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  8. An adorable little girl! She spreads not only joy to you around her, but everyone just have to be happy to see such a smile. Thank you for sharing with us! A happy new year to you and your family!

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  9. And that is what makes Christmas. A sweet face like that would eliminate the need for any other gifts. I'm sure your Christmas was outstanding and here's to a new year filled with all things bright.

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  10. Happy New Year to the whole family.
    IVA

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  11. What a Cutie Pie! I love to see a baby or toddler that smiles and laughs because it reflects the happiness the parents (and grandparents) bestow on them. What a blessing

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  12. Little Cully May certainly knows that she is loved. She is such a precious little bundle. Our Rory Lou, who is 3 months older than Cully May had an upper respiratory infection that went into her chest on Christmas day. She was feeling pretty miserable when we spent Christmas Eve with them. The weather here has been crazy. In the last week we have had temps during the day that ranged from upper 70'sF to the 20's. On one day the temp went from 78F-26F in 3 1/2 hours. One day it will be in the 60's and the next it will be in the 30's and back again. All four of the grandchildren inherited allergies from their parents who inherited them from Jim and I. When the weather starts acting like this it seems that it sets up whatever is in the air to get going on all of us.
    Is Cully May wearing an amber necklace. If so, does she wear it for teething? Does it provide relief? I've always wondered about them, and if it does work I would be interested in getting one for Rory Lou.
    I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season. You are loved so much.

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  13. A very special time for you all.

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  14. Thank you for sharing her first Christmas with us. I really like the family photo with
    Blossom and Ross, and then the one with you and Mark. She seems so grown up already!

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  15. She is so precious! Glad to to dad in his paper crown. We had shiny gold ones in our crackers this year. Happy New Year to you and yours.

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  16. What gorgeous photos of your first Christmas together.

    Can't believe she is only 4 1/2 months. Time certainly is flying.

    Happy New Year to you all.

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  17. Thank you for sharing Jenny, just gorgeous, beautiful happy baby girl, family photos, she is very content, isn't it a blessing having our grandchildren in our lives, two for us ages 12 and almost 7 so growing up but every stage is great and such a blessing for you having this gorgeous one living close by, special Christmas for sure, especially with Mr E given the opportunity to return to teaching. Another birthday for me 2 days after now in my 70 year, unbelievable really and I can still have a good go at handball with grandson, well as much as my lack of hand/eye coordination allows, think he enjoys knowing he can beat me, having his own issues with coordination etc. Christmas Day play with 4 of us was a real test for me, at least a laugh. Wishing you a relaxing break/holiday and the very best for you and family for coming year. Judithann :-)x

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  18. Cully May has the sweetest smiling face. JOYful Christmas made even better with such a precious little one. Merry Christmas Love.

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  19. Lovely Family thank you for sharing. She is a little doll!
    Carol O

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  20. What a beautiful Christmas greeting!
    A big, big hug, where all your beautiful family sits hugged and loved by us.
    I wish you happy and special days. God bless you.

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  21. Cully May is such a beautiful little girl - I can see how she makes everybody smile and brings such joy to you and hubby :) She seems to look a little like all of her family but thankfully not Grandad's beard heehee - Happy New Year to you and all your family x

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