Baby Lennon was named after one of mom and dad's favorite rock icons, John Lennon. I thought a shot from baby Lennon's newborn session would be a good way to commemorate John Lennon's 70th birthday.
Well....let's just say I've been busy and haven't had a chance to post photos. I've been taken them but there's been so much going on that I haven't had time to post. Here's the bulk of the catch up photos. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2" orderby="title"]
Sugar lump is now nine months old. She recently competed in the Mutt Strutt Prettiest Dog contest and won runner up (she was robbed! she should have won!....not that I'm partial...) She is such a smart, sweet little girl. She can do all sorts of tricks. Her human mom, Lori Beth, is really proud of her!
Today at 7:55 a.m. one of my daughter's best friends had her second child, a beautiful baby boy named Lennon. He weighed in at 10 lbs. 2 oz. and was delivered by a scheduled c-section. He wasn't due for another week! Mom, baby, dad, and big brother are all doing fine. I took a lot of photos to help document Lennon's birthday. Here's one of my favorites.
I had the pleasure of having lunch for Grandparent's day with two of my granddaughters. I had lunch with the youngest - she's in kindergarten, then had ice cream with my third grader. It was nice to see that salads are offered now. The other offerings didn't appear to have changed a lot since "way back" when I was in school. One thing that was different - strawberry flavored milk is offered as well as regular and chocolate! :)
My granddaughters have been wanting a dog for quite a while. The oldest finally talked mom into going to the shelter "just to look"....you know what that means.... Here's my new grandpuppy Jasper! He's part German shepherd and possibly part Husky with those blue eyes. He seems to be smart and has survived a week with four little girls and a cat. He's got a great personality and is already trying to "protect" the girls. I think he's going to be good dog!
I love the look of concentration and determination on my youngest granddaughter's face. Who knew blowing bubbles was so much work!