Pictures taken this afternoon. What an improvement over yesterday! She is a sweetheart.
The little bit of quilt you see in the bottom picture is one that was made by a volunteer and donated for babies in the NICU. Parents get to keep these quilts. I may have to make a couple little quilts to donate back to them—I never understood how sweet that is to have a handmade quilt for your sick baby. It really softens the shock of seeing all those tubes and monitors. You can see how her little hand is all taped up to the IV.
I think she's a keeper. Is Emily with you or at her house or still in hospital? (You probably told us in the entry but I was so excited I didn't read carefully.ReplyDelete
Congrats. What a cute-ums!
That is one beautiful baby.ReplyDelete
Congratulations to you, and Sofia's parents.
I love being a grandparent. I expect you will, too.
Congratulations and felicitaciones to the entire Familia Grant Molina! What a beautiful girl, and a name to go with it.... I love BOTH names, and Graciela reminds me of a girl in 2nd grade named Grace who was so nice to me, the new kid.ReplyDelete
May you all find sleep when you can, and smiles when you can't!
Oh, she is precious. I am so thrilled to see her.ReplyDelete
My guild in Santa Rosa made hundreds of quilts for the NICUY. I went there to visit to take photos for our newsletter and it was so exciting and heartwarming to see the quilts over the incubators.
Welcome to grandmotherhood!
She's absolutely gorgeous, Terry. Mazel tov to you and the rest of the family.ReplyDelete
Terry, she is really beautiful, even though I'm not her grandma, LOL! Congratulations, and thank Heavens for a good outcome after her scary first day. I occasionally make little quilts for the NICU whenever I find the time, and love the thought that someone appreciates them as much as you do.ReplyDelete
A beautiful name for a beautiful baby! Congratulations! Spoil her good.ReplyDelete
How beautiful! My son is 9 years old but I still remember the day he was born. It was the most wonderful day of my life.ReplyDelete
don't take this wrong, but she's a little elf! and I mean this is such a positive way!ReplyDelete
she is simply beautiful! so glad everything is going wellReplyDelete
The quilts are great, aren't they!!
absolutely gorgeous!...nothing better than a baby....ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous girl! Congratulations, Terry! I'm so happy for you and your family.ReplyDelete
Congrats, she is absolutely adorable.ReplyDelete
She precious. Best wishes to you all.ReplyDelete
The quilt was a comfort, and I may make one or two for the local hospital after hearing your story.
Congratulations. She is adorable. I'm glad she is doing so well. I love her name. I always said if I had a girl her nsme would be Sophia Grace.ReplyDelete
What an absolutely beautiful child she is! Grace is my daughters middle name - good choice :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful girl! And a lovely name too. Congratulations to the whole family -ReplyDelete
From another recent grandmother. :-)
She is beautiful Terry and lots of hair! :) You are very blessed. I wonder how long it will take before she's playing with your fabric :).ReplyDelete
Congratulaions, she is a little beauty,ReplyDelete
She's adorable! Congratulations to the whole family :-)ReplyDelete
Congratulations Terry, she is a little darling.ReplyDelete
Don't know 'bout you, but I think I saw her wink and gurgle, "Gramma, I love you!"ReplyDelete
What a dollbaby, and what a lucky Gramma!
Do you have your "Gramma" name picked out? It's as important as picking the baby name?
I want to be Nana, my name is Nancy, so it's not too far of a stretch, lol.
It's lovely to see Emily and Sofia looking so peaceful! The last couple days must have been very intense. May you all enjoy good Oregon rainy day naps...ReplyDelete
She is beautiful! Congratulations to all.ReplyDelete
One of my sisters is a NICU nurse -
ooooh, what a little sweetheart. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
CONGRATULATIONS to all of you, and may you all share much joy together in the coming years! She is a real treasure!ReplyDelete
oh, she's really beautiful, unusually so. Congrats (your quilt post on QA made me cry, so I had to come look at the baby)ReplyDelete