Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes
She's so absolutely beautiful! Love that smile and those intelligent and curious eyes!
Oh, they are such fun, aren't they? Violet has hit herself in the face with toys several times and seems totally surprised by the "attack." Amazing how fast they change.
What a hapoy baby she is! Does she ever cry or get grumpy?
Endlessly watchable at that age. Looks like Grumpy is being used as a bouncing aid too! (What does she call you?)
Jenny -- I am Mema. We chose our names and Grandma and grandpa were already taken by Claui's folks. All this could change when she begins to talk.Sandy -- she is amazingly good tempered. She has had one crying spell in the times I've been the caregiver -- and it was quickly over. In general, as long as the bottle is there when she wants it, she's happy. It was reported that she cried at the doctor's when she was taken for her second round of vaccinations -- but that too was quickly over.As you all can tell, I am enjoying her immensely -- everyday brings a change -- some new skill acquired. I love to watch her pay attention and figure things out. And her capacity for joy is endless.
Josie is good for the heart, always smiling. I'm jealous of you Vicki but happy for you at the same time. I can tell how much you are enjoying her. Thank you for sharing, xx
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