So my first Mother’s Day (2010) came and went, and with it came some morning sunshine in the form of a smiley baby, pretty wildflowers + a sweet note written on parchment paper from my hub, a beautiful card from Dhara, a trip to my new-found favorite Yogi Berry — a delish up and coming frozen yogurt joint I could go to absolutely everyday (it actually tastes like yogurt, and not that TCBY yuck stuff!), and lastly, the lovely gift of a serger from Greg! I’ve been dying to have one so that I can fine tune my little creations. I feel so blessed to be a mom, even though I went through the whole day thinking more about my mom, my grandma and Greg’s mom. It has still yet to hit me that I’m a full-time mom with a full-time baby.
Greg, Dhara and myself had a wonderful weekend with Greg’s parents and extended family, the Smith’s. I was so very bummed I forgot my camera to capture all the warm and fuzzy moments. Especially this morning when we came down for breakfast — Dhara handed a daisy to her teary-eyed Grandma Smith. It was so very special. When we went home, I got some photos of Dhara with her other grandma, or as we call her, Ammachi.
Last, but not least, is Dhara’s great grandma. Again, I didn’t have my camera on hand, so I had to use my camera phone for some quick shots at church. Look at my grandma looking all bashful! But she sure is proud of her little great granddaughter, Dhar-uh!
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You are starting to look so much like your mother now, I hadn’t notice it before but now that you are a mom you look so much like her. Great Pictures
yes, rebeca…you are right, i can see it too! 🙂
great pics of your mom, esp the one of her sitting on the couch.
you were right about that ammachi – when she started testifying, I thought of my mom too 🙂
yes! they have similar voices…
I love the pictures of Dhara’s great grandma.
she’s just too cute.