Monday, April 26, 2010

Catherine Esther

Just thought I'd share a few pictures of our darling niece! Enjoy, and have a very wonderful Monday!
I love seeing Esther in the gown her great-grandmama, the late and honored Dorothy Cox, had made for future generations...the lace is from her wedding dress...I love running my fingers over it and thinking about how special this little gown is.

13 comments:

BParrish said...

She looks a little like Martha, don't you think?

Mrs.Rabe said...

Isn't she beautiful?

The gown is beautiful...what a precious gift your grandmother gave to you all when she made this!

Have a lovely day!

Ebenezer Forest Farm said...

She is so cute!! I think she looks a lot like Katie!

~Shiloh for the Family

Sami said...

She is so cute!! I miss her and her fam AND yall!!!

Luv yall
Sami

Orenczaks said...

Aww she is so cute! Beautiful gown!
Orenczak family

Anna P. said...

Love the pix! Esther is such a sweet little girl and I know she is a huge blessing to her whole family!
Love y'all!
Anna

Kennedy said...

adorable pictures! absoulty adorable! she is such a sweetheart :)
~K

P.S.to Adeline
(a really cute photography blog :http://www.wepicturethis.com)
ever seen it?
see you later!

Kennedy said...

opps!..spelled absolutely wrong!
anyway...you knew what i meant ;)

The Campana Family said...

Awww... Those are such sweet pictures Adeline!
She is such a cutie!
Miss Ya'll!
mariah C.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful gown on such a lovely little lady.

Victoria

Rozenn' said...

Oui je trouve aussi qu'elle ressemble beaucoup à Martha !

Que Dieu vous bénisse tous!

Rozenn'

Baleboosteh said...

What a beautiful baby - and wonderful photographs too. How lovely to have a gown made by your grandmother, that really is something to treasure.

Mortonclan said...

Kennedy, I love the blog!! Photo blogs are too much fun...thanks so much for the linkie-love you!

Oui, Rosenn', Esther ressemble à Martha ! ! Il est si merveilleux vous faire commenter dans l'amour Français-Je il ! Dieu vous bénissent richement, ma chère dame!

Thanks for the comments, y'all!

Lovingly,

Aunt Adeline