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I haven't been very good at posting or visiting the last month and here is why:



Isn't he sweet?  He is my newest Grandson, Patton.  He was born 7 weeks early and had to stay in the NICU for a few weeks, but now he is home!  They live right behind me so I can sneak in a little hug pretty often.  Here is a picture of the little family:


Love these pictures.  We also started a flea market both (my daughter in the pictures and I) and it has been taking up some time as well. 

I am going to catch up on my visits tomorrow - today I have to run to some garage sales and to a Diabetes walk (what was I thinking). 

Many hugz!!!

Comments

  1. Hi Nancy, so pleased to hear he is home and well, congratulations to all the family, enjoy the little one they grow up to quickly
    Kevin xx

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  2. Oh Nancy.....how wonderful! Yes, he is quite a handsome little guy....I know you are as proud as can be! It's been waaaay too long since our last visit...let's catch up when you can! (((Hugs))) So happy for you and your family! :)

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  3. Oh Nancy.....how wonderful! Yes, he is quite a handsome little guy....I know you are as proud as can be! It's been waaaay too long since our last visit...let's catch up when you can! (((Hugs))) So happy for you and your family! :)

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  4. Nancy, he is so sweet. I am so happy that he is home safe and sound. Have fun with the huz, they grow up so fast.

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  5. Congratulations Nancy ... what an adorable bundle of joy! Thanks for sharing the photos! I can't think of any better excuse to be away from your blog than this little guy ... God Bless you and your family!

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  6. AWE!! How precious!! These are really awesome photos! I don't blame you AT ALL for not catching up in blogland when you can catch up with this tiny babe!! Congrats!! HUGS

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  7. So cute - glad you can get snuggles whenever you want to too! Congrats to grandma and the parents. Big undertaking with the flea market - hoping it goes well :)

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  8. Wonderfully happy photographs, so cute, thanks for sharing
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  9. Ahh, just precious! Glad you get to visit often!

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  10. Nancy, don't ever worry about crafting and/or commenting when you have a precious bundle like Patton to love! Just enjoy these special moments because they pass by you much too fast!! He's beautiful and so is your family :)

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  11. Nancy, what a precious picture of your daughter and little grandson. How special these times are for you. A beautiful family.
    Lynn

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  12. These photos are so precious. I know you are so glad to have them so near too.

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  13. Sweet baby and your daughter and SIL look so happy he's here and home! So glad they are both well now. Good luck with your business. Gabby :)

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  14. Adorable photos - so glad all is well and Patton has been able to finally come home!

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  15. Beautiful photographs Nancy, I'm so pleased to hear that Patton is home now and you are able to visit often.
    Good luck with your flea market venture, it sounds like you are going to be busy.
    Pauline
    x

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  16. How lovely that they live right next to you! What gorgeous photos - thanks for stopping by my blog Nancy and for the lovely comment you left!

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  17. I apologize for getting behind on commenting. This is a gorgeous picture of your little precious grandson and your daughter is just as beautiful as ever. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  18. I apologize for getting behind on commenting. This is a gorgeous picture of your little precious grandson and your daughter is just as beautiful as ever. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  19. Wow! Congratulations to you all, he's gorgeous!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  20. What a sweetie! Congratulations to all of you!

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  21. Absolutely precious beyond precious, Nancy! I'm so glad all is well with the handsome Patton! The family portrait is awesome with the tractor in the background. You are so blessed to be steps away from your grandson!! Hugs, Darnell

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  22. Awww, he is so cute and look at all of the hair. I know you are spoiling him rotten.

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