Baby Love

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If you are a softy for sweet, tiny new born babies, then this post is for you!

Two family friends added to their families last week and we are enjoying the fruits of their labor...literally!

First to arrive was tiny, sweet Isabelle Anne. She belongs to our friends Cory and Jennifer and big brother, Jackson.

She arrived a few weeks early, but she is healthy and her family is blessed!

Libby was very excited to talk about Izzie on the ride to her house, but when we got there, one look was all she needed. Then she was off to play with Jackson's toys and wouldn't give her a second look.

If a newborn can't hold your attention, I don't guess much will! However, I thought she was a great baby and can't wait to hold her again.

Then, just two days later, Harrison Scott was born. Oh boy! These sweet chubby cheeks belong to our friends Gabe and Beth and sister, Allie.

I had a little talk with Harrison, telling him that I'm a very cool friend and will help him anytime I can.

While I was bonding with Harrison, his dad was holding a rather furry baby. Looks like Lilly is handling all the adjustment pretty well! (Drew actually took this picture. Nice shot, dear!)

Libby and Allie spent their time playing baby dolls and dress up.

But all that fun couldn't keep them away long. Libby was curious and made her way over to check out the baby.

Then Allie showed her how to give sisterly assistance.  Cute, girls, very cute!

Congratulations to our friends! We love your new additions and praise God for their safe and healthy arrivals!

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