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Baby Bonding

This makes me want to have a baby soooooooooooooo bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE newborns! I went to Kelly and Scott's yesterday and had some Hollis bonding. I loved every second and wish I was still there right now holding her! I talked to her up close and she looked right at me, eye to eye for a long time. She is sooooo precious!

The girls always hug when they are together. So sweet!
Sarah Kate had a little baby bonding herself.

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Tara G. said…
So sweet!!! Our youngest are about the same age- I can hardly believe 3 years have nearly passed!
Becky said…
My daughter had triplets that were in the NICU for several weeks. They actually have a group of people who volunteer to come in and rock babies! They are the 'River City Rockers' How fun huh? I love to hold newborns too!
Lynn said…
Laurie, these photos are so sweet! Hollis is precious and beautiful and already loves her "Aunt Laurie" =)

It is so precious and such a blessing that you and Kelly have been friends("sisters")for so long and now your girls and hers will be close!

Blessings!
that is SO SWEET! I LOVE a newborn baby!!! Until about 11pm or so, LOL. Then, I need SLEEP, ha-ha-ha.
Christi said…
Aunt Laurie is loving her Hollis...priceless.

BTW, I had to get a volcano candle after seeing you got one on your blog. It's wonderful...even my hubby thought so.

Christi
Lauren said…
Oh my gosh, these pictures are sweet sweet sweet!!!! :)
Leslie said…
She's so cute! You and Kelly are so lucky to have each other! Thanks for letting me follow along! Hugs to all!
Caroline said…
I think it is so awesome you and Kelly both have two girls, how perfect is that?
Friendship is such a blessing!
Jess :) said…
I LOVE newborns, too!!! I just did some serious bonding with my brand new niece and I was in HEAVEN the entire time!!! :)

You look absolutely adorable with sweet little Hollis!! I would love to come see her (and ALL of you). Wish it wasn't so far. Hopefully this summer, though. That's my goal!

Thanks for sharing all of those precious pictures! They made my day!
jenn said…
Precious!! Your girls and Kelly's girls are so lucky to have each other!
Muffy said…
Ah! She gives me baby fever to! I was never really a newborn-loving person until I had my own. They are just so snuggly & sweet!
Jill said…
I love newborns too. Hollis is so cute...all that hair - love it!
Nancy said…
I'm sure they LOVED having you there to hold her! She is so beautiful!
CJA said…
I am a new follower :) www.buildinganewhive.blogspot.com
love your blog and your girls are so cute! and baby bonding is the best. I cant wait till my friend has another baby :)
cja
Natalie said…
I know this question is out of the blue, but I'm just curious...
You have the prettiest complexion! I read your post about Merle Norman lipstick (I use MN products, too) and Bare Minerals powder... What other products do you use? Do you use a different foundation under the Bare Minerals powder?
I hope asking such things doesn't seem too strange... :-)
Natalie said…
Just re-commenting with my blog account and wanted to add that Hollis is completely precious!
Heather said…
These pictures are so cute, Laurie. How great that you were able to be with your best friend for the birth of her baby. I can totally relate to what you said...whenever I see a newborn, I want another one! However then I quickly remember how much work toddlers are, and I'm happy with my 4 year old and 7 year old. Ha!
Jennifer said…
Hi, Laurie!

I just found your blog from Kelly's. Please tell me where you got the headband that your daughter Sarah Kate is wearing in several of these recent picture. Also, I LOVE what you did with your new piece of furniture!! I think it makes a great changing table now, and it will work in her room for a long time!! I enjoyed reading all about your family!!

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