Sept Jours d’Amélie

Jan 6, 2008 | Full Time Family, On Motherhood | 8 comments

Be sure to push pause on “Baby Mine” over on the right hand side of the screen!
Enjoy the photos of my Princess Snowflake!


  1. Faith

    WOW!!!! That was amazing!!!! Such lovely photos.I’m so happy to see them. She is just beautiful and everyone looks great. What a fabulous Christmas present. An angel. I love you all and can’t wait to see and hear more.

  2. HomemakerAng

    these photos are so precious! I love the family 4 generation ones with your grandfather too. you are so blessed to have your grand parents still… I have 3 myself… I love the snuggle pics in your bed too… we have days like this, esp. at first where we all just get in and lovey mushy! xoxox enjoy it all! Its been 11.5 weeks already and when i see your photos it seems mine is to “grown up” already! I hate putting away the little clothes he is outgrowing TOOO FAST 🙁


  3. Alison Gibbs

    Oh that was so beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing with us.

  4. Life in the 'Burbs

    Ang, those are beautiful pictures! Your daughter is beautiful and Aidan is growing up way too fast! Not to mention what a little doll he is too :o) Thanks for sharing all the pics. I miss you guys so much….


  5. LauraS

    Congratulations! May you savour every moment! And the renovated bedroom looks fantastic too!!

    – Laura

  6. cityfarmer

    Teary blurred vision so accept my comments humbly…this is just the way it should be…thank you for such a beautiful grandchild…each picture better than the next…I’m sorry I was so late in checking here…still cooking meals!!!!!
    Love to you all

  7. Lisa

    Glad to hear that you are settling into a routine – it is difficult at first isn’t it?!

    Also, I love reading your blog and have therefore been reading through your past posts to absorb more of your inspiring thoughts.

    However, this post ( I feel is a disgraceful display of racism which I just can’t get out of my mind. It goes against all that the LORD teaches about loving your neighbour. It is also, overly dramatic, unrealistic and sensationalist. France cannot close its borders. It is part of the EU and has open borders for people from anywhere in the EU (east or west) to come and live or work there. How can you be so discriminating towards our brothers and sisters from other countries. Much of the wonderful beauty and art in Paris has been created by non-french people anyway!!


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