What a cutie pie...
Thank you. She is such a happy child. So much fun.
How precious she is, and how fortunate she is to continue to have a loving father in her life. I pray that it is always that way. I know it is hard for you but we Grands have a coping mechanism that others seem not to have , Hugs Lillian
I believe that his commitment to her will always be strong. God gives grands strength but oh, that tender heart sometimes really struggles.
Hard to let o the ones you love so much. But Dad will take great care of her too. .. So adorable! It will get easir
She is tired, but I heard her say "Love you, bye bye" while I was on the phone with her mom
So cute. Love the red hair! Does she have the proverbial temperament to go with it? Letting go can be so hard. I know that if I had to let my kids go with their dad, I would have a very difficult time with it. But that is a another story in itself for another time. "My kids" are actually my great niece and nephew that we are raising.
Letting go is hard, even when I know that she is deeply loved by both of her parents. Maybe because I know this is the first of many times she will be gone away from her mom.
her temperament can be fiery, but she is joyful most of the time.
She is sooo cute. Love those curls and that beautiful smile.
Thank you. Her mom (my daughter) also has red hair but it isn't as curly. Maybe because its down to her waist! Riley just brings joy to my heart.
Such a sweet little girl. Hugs
thank you. She is almost always a happy girl
Her top says it all! Love those curls, too.
Are the parents separated is why she 'had a first sleepover with her daddy'? I had a hard time 'letting go' of Avery, when my daughter remarried. I thought no one could tend to her like I did.
Her parents divorced when she was 6 months old. Dad is still very involved with her, and he's a nurse so I shouldn't have had any trouble. I guess it's letting go pains for me. I get to keep her most Wednesdays at her house. I sure sleep hard after a day of trying to keep up with her.
I sure can understand being worn out after a day. I just keep thinking how in the world will I make a week, day and night , with Gus (2) and Nora (4). Their parents are taking the older church kids to camp, across the country, so if I get down I don't know what we will do. Then I keep thinking God will provide a way for me surely. It's bath time I am concerned mostly about. I can't kneel to bathe them and if I sit on the side of the tub leaning over, I will be down in my back again.
I am sorry her parents are no longer together, but I am glad to hear her dad is involved with her. So many children long for the other parent.
Give her a huge hug from all of us next time you're with her. I know that won't be too hard for you!-lol-Toogie
What a doll!! Love the curls!
Thank you. She just makes me smile.
Such a cutie, and I'm sure you will get more and more practice as time goes by! Love Chris
I have spent nights with her while her mom had a couple of days away, but it was in her own house and she had all familiar surroundings. She is full of joy.