And, here, in such a tiny little picture, is our dear sweet Mae Loree. She will always be part of the memories that we have of Memorial Day Weekend too. She seems to be adjusting very well to her new home "outside" of mommy.
Sorry that these photos are so small. My daughter sent them to me and she must have sized them really small. I hope that when this posts that you will be able to click on them and make them a bit bigger.
There is nothing like the birth of a child to really make you take inventory of your life. You think of all the things, past and present, that you want to do, that you need to do, that you hope you pass on, etc. You think of those people who will be in her life and will guide her. You think of those who have passed over and will not meet her in person but they have left her a bit of themselves nonetheless. It's not all about DNA is it! Sometimes special people in our lives do not share any DNA with us yet they have made the greatest impressions on us.
Happy "Birth" Day Mae Loree. May your days be filled with love, may all your friends be true, may you live a long and healthy life, may you always have a road paved with love, light, and hope. You will grow up next to your cousin Natalie, who already loves you so much. She will share her blankets, toys, Princess capes, and everything else she has with you. She is a loving young girl and I know that you will love her as much as we all do. She was worried we would like you more than her. That could never happen. We love you both the same...with ALL OUR HEARTS! You can't get any greater than that.