Thursday, May 7, 2009

Finally met and held Haylee Rose



Haylee Rose, two weeks old.

Due to vehicle problems, my husband and I were unable to visit our new great-granddaughter. Monday, my granddaughter called and told us that since her son's baseball game was rained out, they would come see us.

I waited with camera at hand. I held Haylee, as did Robert. Granny and PaPa enjoyed seeing and meeting Haylee, or little Rose as Robert called her. We also liked seeing our great-grandson and granddaughter.

Haylee slept much of her visit, but when Mommy was getting her ready to leave, the baby woke and studied us carefully. Since Daddy still worked and needed something to eat, Mommy, baby, and brother needed to leave.

Thanks to a loving granddaughter, we met Haylee Rose. Hopefully it will be but the first of many times we will be with her.
Kurtis used my camera to take this picture of Granny and Haylee. Isn't she tiny? She's about the same weight as she was when she was born.

9 comments:

Holly Jahangiri said...

Oh, that is so sweet - I hope someone thought to get a picture of YOU holding Haylee Rose! She's adorable, and Robert's looking good in that photo, holding her.

Vivian Zabel said...

I added the photo that Kurtis took of Haylee and me.

N A Sharpe said...

Oh Vivian!

She is soooo precious! Hope there were lots and lots of pictures.

Nancy
http://nasharpe.blogspot.com

Vivian Zabel said...

*laugh* I think we took about 32 shots that evening.

Rena said...

She's precious!

Jean Henry Mead said...

Beautiful baby. Grandchildren are so special!

Cheryl Tardif, author and book marketing coach said...

Beautiful name for a beautiful little girl. Congratulations! I foresee pink party dresses and ponytails in your future. :-)

Vivian Zabel said...

See Granny beam from year to year? I'm delighting in the affirmation of my opinion of beautiful Haylee.

Donna M. McDine said...

Absolutely adorable. Glad you finally got to hold her. Enjoy every minute.

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Donna
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