hello baby. hello world.

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i have a stunning new niece!! 

i am so thrilled to be able to write this post and to share this news with the entire world!! my beautiful and brave sister brought her into this world on 09/09/13. (how lovely is that birthdate?) now baby makes six for their ever-growing family. do you know what though? they truly are the nicest, happiest, and sweetest bunch ever.

however, followers, this little angel is still without a name. i would love to hear what you think she should be called, since everyone in our family has chosen a different moniker!

here are a few tips to keep in mind:

1. my nieces and nephew have traditional names

2. they also have names that begin with a vowel

3. their last name begins with the letter ‘h’ 

of course, i will let you know when they do give her a name. maybe it will be one of yours! ;-)

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have a glorious weekend, everybody!!

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6 Comments

  1. hello everyone!! this gorgeous girl has officially been named. she is now known as emelia blue.

    thank you everyone for your input, and of course, your comments!

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  2. Amelia, Adeline, Elouise, Eva, Ella, Emily, Olivia are my top choices for a baby girl!

    She is absolutely beautiful!!

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  3. repost from instagram @madameswanky:
    “Amelia, Emmaline, Alice, Florence, Mabel, Claire, Adeline, Hester, Phoebe, Naomi, Regina, Olivia, Cordelia, Fern, Nola, Cleo”

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  4. I’M NOT GOOD WITH NAMES, BUT WHAT A BEAUTIFUL CHILD. GOD BLESS.

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  • Hello, friends. My name is Emory. I live on the Canadian prairies with my husband, daughter, and animals. Welcome!
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