Homecoming Day…

Tuesday morning, March 21st,  we headed to the hospital again to see how everyone was doing. Doesn’t he look relaxed with his new daughter on his lap?

We took her little hat off so we could see her hair. We left the kids to wait for their discharge papers and headed to the grocery store to pick up some things for the welcome home dinner.

Here they are all ready to give Addy her first ride in her infant seat. Uncle Josh and Auntie Laura gifted her the outfit that Jamie chose to bring her home in.

Home at last.

She looks a bit concerned here.

Once in mama’s arms her countenance changed.

We ate in shifts. We had tacos for dinner and some sweet rolls for dessert and some celebratory drinks.

It was nice to be in her home setting to enjoy some down time. Uncle had another turn to hold her and so did…

…baba. It was so good to look at her sweet face while she slept. We left hoping their first night would go well with an appointment to come back in the morning to make them breakfast.

Mosaic above was created by lovely Auntie Laura. We are all over the moon about our little Addy May. Needless to say there will be lots of posts here about our Addy.

Linking up with Maggie at Normandy Life for Mosaic Monday.

21 thoughts on “Homecoming Day…

  1. Your little Addy is beautiful!
    The joyful faces of her parents warm my heart. It is a beautiful thing to see a child come into the world so wanted and loved. Precious!

  2. So so sweet is your little Addy May, Ellen. Our daughter would ruffle her little brow like Addy when she was concentrating on something…even at that age. She still does it today. 🙂

  3. I left a comment form my phone the other day when you first posted but I can see it did not go through. I told you that your sweet granddaughter is so precious! Enoy all your times with her as you watch her grow. Grandchildren are the most wonderful blessings from God.

  4. Don’t they say it takes a village …? I smiled at the “eating in shifts” …
    How the world changes with one little babe! It’s a good thing it gets easier.

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