Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Some folks….

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actually labor

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on labor day…

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It was my Honor to help welcome them into this world.

Happy Labor Day!

31 comments:

Drawn to The Sea said...

Sweet little feet :-)

Renee Finberg said...

Awwwwww...
so sweet.
have a sweet labor day my friend.
xx

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

So adorable, nothing like a newborn baby! (As I get ready to wake up my kids for their first day of school! I am seriously unhappy today!)
Janell

Melissa said...

Uh oh. Now my momma hormones are in overdrive! Beautiful pictures. What a great way to spend labor day! :)

La Maison Fou said...

Lovely pics!
Thanks for sharing.
L.

LindsB said...

beautiful photos- the feet one is my favorite!

Sarah said...

Aren't baby feet the cutest things ever!
What an honor to get to help with the most special thing in the world ~

Jen Kershner said...

Perfection! I can't think of a better way to spend Labor Day!

Marie said...

Oooh I just love the little feet. How beautiful.

~ Lisa @ AbidingThere~ said...

So sweet! Are you behind the lens? Or is that you holding the baby in the first picture? You know I've been waiting for you to give us a glimpse of yourself. xo

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Baby toes!
Adorable!

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

So precious I can't stand it!

Mama K said...

Congratulations! Are you a midwife? A relative to the mama? How did you come by such a high honor as to be at this birth?

Mango Gal said...

So sweet!

Stephanie said...

ooooh...those tiny feet!

I was a labor day baby myself :)

x..x
s

Deborah said...

Awe, best labor ever! Hope you had a lovely long weekend. **kisses** Deb

Lauren said...

oh how beautiful... you're a special lady Linda.

Farmgirl Paints said...

amazing!

Renae said...

Beautiful....what blessings!

Jane said...

Absolutely beautiful photos! Such tiny toes... memories!!!
Jane (artfully graced)

anita said...

precious everyday ..but especially so on "labor" day ;)

love those first sweet moments!

kj said...

welcome THEM?!

these photos are precious priceless, linda. those tiny feet especially. and the little duck on the little hat.

be still my heart!

http://m-innas.blogspot.com said...

So beatiful

A Country Farmhouse said...

So very precious. What a wonderful and beautiful labor day you had!
Trina

Ivy Lane said...

aweeee.... see... if one "labors" there are fruits...beautiful little baby fruits... Thanks for sharing these little miracles!

Hope your Labor Day was wonderful!

simpledaisy said...

A friend of mine at work actually just had a sweet little girl 2 days ago!!!!
Love the images....so sweet:)

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Kathysue said...

Aaaah nothing like a brand new little life, so sweet, Kathysue

Lisa said...

Oh my...you are very special. I bet these new mom's were so grateful to have you at their side.
Very sweet post.
xo

Mama K said...

I am studying to become a midwife myself and hope someday to be attending births as well. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

MB said...

Maybe its just the preggo hormones but...I think these are the best pics I've seen all day! Thanks for sharing.

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