Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Baby love!

Sandy, Eva

Check out this cutie patootie lump of sugar!  This is Eva, friend and sista Joy’s newest addition to her family.

This was her very first visit to Mayberry yesterday, so Haley and I went over for a baby fix.  Boy, were we in heaven!

Sandy, Haley, Eva


I shared the little sugar factory.  Note the cute tutu, the first of many to come!

Joy has been “auntie” to all of my grandkids, and now I have that honor with her very own wee one.

A child can never have too many folks to love him or her.  Miss Eva is well loved…and very blessed.

So today is my day to call bingo at the senior center.  Those seniors are just as appreciative of a smile as this sweet baby is.  Always remember that…so share a smile or two today!  There is someone out there who needs one.

You can make a difference in a life.


Haley D. said...

She is such a sweetie pie! I am so glad that I finally got to hold her and thankful that they are all doing so well. Babies are a blessing from heaven!

Sandee said...

And you've got the very best smile in town. I so remember that. The baby is adorable times two.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hugs. :)

Jean(ie) said...

I just love her little cheekies! Enjoy bingo!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

oh what a beauty!!!

smiles, bee

Cinderella said...

Little babies are total joy bundles, you are right!

And you most certainly DO make a difference by playing bingo and visiting Sandy - you keep the loneliness at bay for them at the Senior Center.


Joy said...

She is indeed a blessing, thank you for coming to see us! Sharing smiles is a good thing. Hugs!

Linda said...

Yep, it does indeed look like you were in Baby Heaven with Eva - what a cutie!

Hope that your Bingo calling gig went well and that you put lots of smiles on lots of folks' faces!

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!

Right...smiling is a blessing!

The joy for a baby is a gift from God!

Have a great Wednesday!
Big hugs!

Barb and TheDailyGs said...

What a sweetie pie! I can't wait to get back to my sister's to hold my own little niece and nephews some more!

Happy 4th of July! Big hugs from drizzly Salem.