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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The Grimmlin Princess

Being the youngest of our grandchildren, Audrey gets a lot of attention from everyone. We wish she lived a bit closer to us so we could get more of the Princess Sugar. For those of you who do not live in the south, Sugar is synonymous with Kisses.

Charles and Nancy  have shared some recent pictures with me and now I am sharing them here.

First...here is Mom and Dad.

They had a date night recently and snapped this picture.  They saw the movie, The Big Sick, which they enjoyed.

Audrey is quickly outgrowing the baby stage and becoming a toddler.

She enjoyed playing with Mommy's goggles at the pool. 

And the park is always a fun place even in the summer heat.

Excited to go to church on Sunday.

And finally my favorite professional photo made by Victoria, who has captured Audrey'slife from infant to toddler.

This photo was made at  Red Oak Lavender Farmi n North Georgia.  This is the picture Nana plans to buy to update my grands corner where I display my favorite children.   Again, time is flying by as it seems only yesterday Audrey was born! Cherish the moment.


9 comments:

Sandy said...

She is definitely growing up. Seeing them in this blog is a reminder of how fast they have grown since I first met them here.

Mildred said...

I enjoyed the photos very much. The last one of Audrey is beautiful and will be a nice addition to your wall.
Have a good day.

Mrs.T said...

Oh, my. All the pictures are great, but that bottom one, in the lavender field ... simply beautiful. That Audrey. She is so precious.

Mary Hutchins said...

She is so precious!! I really enjoyed all the pictures of this little cutie!

Terri D said...

Arlene, she is so precious! Great photos!!

Gina said...

Arlene, Audrey is a beautiful child! She is growing up so fast! Love the little pigtails! Hannah doesn't have enough hair yet for pigtails. One day!

Leslie Anne Tarabella said...

Oh, !!!!! that Audrey is adorable and sugar from her is a must!!! What a joy it is to have her, and I understand you wanting them to be closer to you. I've already started talking to my boys about how someday they'll want to move close to me so I can help with their children. I think I have them convinced, but it's the unkown gir-factor that worries me. What if they marry someone who loves Cali-(freakin') fornia??? Oh, my! Count your blessings!

Mari said...

Oh my - she is just so adorable! I love that last photo!

Arlene Grimm said...

Y'all are so sweet!! And Leslie Anne, kids can't run away from Mamas. We built our little house in GA so we could be closer to Miss A.