Thursday, May 26, 2011


After not being in touch with Sid for more than 24 hours (I was going absolutely crazy and on the verge of a meltdown) he phoned this morning.  He had been unable to get an internet connection but finally was able to send me some photos.  I've emailed, posted on facebook,  posted on Sid's blog, posted on both yahoo groups and now here, ha ha.  I love her!  These photos melt my heart.  I can't wait to hold her!  Hopefully the visa trend stays and we can travel this summer.


Anita Schimke said...

She's adorable! Congrats!

Kelly said...

What a sweet daughter you have!
Wishing you a speedy visa!

Hi from Ruth! said...

She's beautiful Tammy! Love the pointy little tongue!! And such huge eyes. No wonder your heart melts!!

BTW, you need to change you blog's welcome message; it says that you're waiting for a referral, which definitely is NOT the case any more!!



Chad, Laura, Sara and Seth said...

Oh, she is simply beautiful!

You and me - VISA VISA VISA!!!!

darci said...

oh Tammy, she is absolutely so sweet, and I love the one of daddy holding his little princess! Congratulations to you all..and yes, praying for SPEEDY VISAS! darci

Tammy said...

Thanks everyone! We're very proud and extremely excited! Yes Laura! VISA, VISA, VISA! Ruth- ha ha, you are right...better change that, ha ha! Not waiting for a referral but a VISA! Eeeeee!

elsie hiebert said...

She's beautiful. Congrats!

Maria said...

Oh Tammy, she is still beautiful and has grown a lot! Hope that visa trend is going for sure!


Ranavan said...

She's gorgeous!!!!

The Gaboury's said...

Oh my; she is a little sweety!!!

The Mannings said...

What a cutie!!! Congratulations!!

Historica said...

She looks beautiful. Congratulations !

Long Journey Big Dreams said...

Congrats Tammy and Sid!!! She us beautiful!! I hope the next stages go quickly for your family!

Rowan Family Tree said...

So amazing to see!!! I'm so happy for you, Tammy!!!

Rowan Family Tree said...

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