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Monday, April 23, 2007

Group 947, here's to you!

What a wonderful year it has been. Even though it has been a year since we were in China, I can easily picture the sights, sounds and smells from China. It is strange, but every now and then something will trigger a distinct memory from that trip. Simply amazing.

I hope that all the girls from our trip are doing well and enjoying this special day. Hannah received her first gift from China, a panda purse. You can see just the tip of it in the picture.

We wish you all well and hope our girls can meet again in the years to come.

The Davis Family

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Easter Morning

This post is for Grandma Debbie. Grandma Debbie sent the most wonderful Easter basket for Hannah filled with all kinds of goodies. And since Hannah (read Hannah's Mother) is a sucker for necklaces and hairbows. Well, you can see for yourself...

Hannah is on the hunt...

for Easter eggs!
Our church had an easter egg hunt and as you can see from Hannah's outfit, it was pretty cold. Hannah toughed it out and got a pretty decent amount of eggs. It amazed me that she knew exactly what to do... find the eggs and put them in her basket (and what a lovely basket it is - thank you Kittrells). I think Hannah enjoyed counting her eggs as much as finding them. And yes, I couldn't resist pigtails. I think they make her look like a bunny.

She looks so grownup...

What do you think?

Sometimes she just takes my breath away.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Birthday Party

Hannah attended another lovely birthday party this month, for her friend Connor. I guess it tis the season of babies and Hannah was super cute as always. And she rocked the Janie-&-Jack-outfit-that-mommy-paid-way-too-much-money-for-on-ebay. But when she looks this cute, how am I supposed to resist?

I love the fact that Hannah kept her party hat on longer than any other attendant. Way to keep the party going, baby. I also love the fact that Hannah enjoys cake this much. Yes, she is my daughter. I included the last picture because it is representative of how focused she can get and how that little pink tongue appears to be a tool that aids in the concentration.