Sunday, February 6, 2011

Home Again

Hubby and I got home early last night from our trip to North Carolina. We drove straight through, which is a 12 hour drive from there to where we live in northern Illinois. We missed the BIG snowstorm while we were gone. I guess we got around 16 - 18 inches of snow. We had some pretty nice weather while we were in NC. The first couple of days it was in the 60's and the rest of the week in the 40's. That was heaven compared to the temps in the 20's and below here. So it's time to get back to normal life once again. I need to get working on my Easter items to list in my etsy shop and Bucktown.

Here are a few pics I took with my digital camera while I was in NC with my daughters family.

That's me and my brand new sweet grandson! Max is such a good baby. He did a lot of sleeping while we were there. He is so much calmer then his sister was.


And here is Cora and little brother. Cora is 2 years old and has lost her top front tooth already. A couple months ago while she was at daycare she was riding a little bike and flipped over the front of the it and chipped off part of the tooth. Then a couple of weeks later it got infected like they thought it would and had to have it pulled out.



Cora holding her day old baby brother. I love, love this picture!


And here is my daughter Tara with Cora and Max. I'm so proud of my daughter, she had a home birth and did wonderfully!!



And my hubby (Grandpa) holding little Max for the first time.

That's all for now. Have a wonderful Sunday everyone!!!

16 comments:

Brenda said...

So precious!!

Brenda

Olde Spoon River Homestead said...

Brenda, How sweet is that! I have such a sweet spot for babies! It's hard to believe that my kiddo is almost 2 already! They are so precious! Congrats to the new Grandma!

dee begg said...

Tammy,

Too cute. Cora looks like she's gonna be a good big sister.

D

Donna said...

Great family pictures, with smiles all around! Glad you got home OK!

Carla said...

Congratulations on your new grandson! So sweet and so is Cora!

Alice said...

So sweet. Cora looks thrilled.

american girl primitives said...

Congrats! What precious pics!

WoolenSails said...

Grandma sure looks happy;)
What beautiful photos of your family.

Debbie

Jennifer @ Stitchin' Thyme said...

Beautiful family and Cora looks like a very happy big sister!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Congratulations to the new Grandma! What adorable Grand Babies you have.
Enjoy! Prim Blessings! Robin

The Barn Door said...

What wonderful pictures! Thanks for sharing!!

•♦•The Olde Weeping Cedar •♦• said...

Awe...what a precious lil blessing he is!
Cora is a sweetie pie!
You have a beautiful family, Tammy!

grammie g said...

"Ooooooh" how proud Grandma looks with that beautiful little one!!
Congrats to your daughter for having the baby at home!!
My nephew when he was Cora's age lost his front tooth in a similar way, but grew another that came out at the normal age and then grew his permanent tooth!!
She is a cutie!

oldblackcatboo said...

Love the photos, it looks like you have been blessed with a wonderful family! Such little cuties!
and Yep! You missed it! It was like a ghost town on last Wednesday! No one was out driving except fools like me!
:) - Cindi

rockriverstitches said...

Thank you all for your nice comments!! I am one happy grandma!! Just wished they lived a little closer to me. I guess we just have to make more mini vacations now.

Tammy

Tins and Treasures said...

Good Morning, Tammy,
This pictures are priceless. Yes you will have to take a trip there every few weeks or so...they grow up so fast.

Happy Valentines ~Natalie