Even at our age, there are still many "firsts". When we were making plans to build our home many years ago, we were dreaming of having our children and THEIR children come to our house and enjoying them as much as possible.
And Harper did not disappoint!! She was a happy baby most all the day...to our great delight!
Granddad got her new highchair out and put it together for her. "Connect A to part B"........we remember those days well!
I believe she likes sitting up in the high chair so she can see the sights!
Then came snack time and a little nap on the boppy!!
My sister, Linda and her husband, Bob, came out for a long-awaited meeting! Linda and I know that if our Mom and Dad were still alive they would be so taken with their great-grandchild!
Harper gets a "piggy-back" ride on Mama's shoulders.
She loved sitting at the dinner table. Her eyes just get big when she sees food on the plate. We all agreed that when she starts eating "real" food some day in the future, she will be a "good eater".........just like her Mama and Daddy!!
Sunday morning while her mama was in the shower I could hear her upstairs just a cooing and "talking". I went up to check on her and this is what I saw! Kelly says she is always so happy in the mornings when she wakes up!
After church we metLuke, one of the newer babies in our church. Harper couldn't take her eyes off of him and reached down and grabbed his hand. We got so tickled at them. Luke's Dad was about 5 years old when we came to our church so we are delighted to see a second generation.
Do you think she has her Granddad's full attention?
OR her Nonny's??? I am so blessed!! Come back soon for another visit Harper! The greeting sign is always out for you!! (You, too, Scott and Kelly!) (And Dawson!)