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Welcome to the World Baby Girl!


Kasey Jane Kelly Cater, welcome to the world and welcome to our hearts.
Sweetie this is your Great Auntie Belinda, from far away Canada.
Thank you for showing up on your grandad's birthday on April 6. You were the best gift he could have ever wished for. I did my best surprising him last year by showing up in England for his 60th, but you topped that. 

hear that you have your Great Omie's eyes. Not only does that mean that you will be beautiful, but I hope that they see what her eyes always saw--the best in people--the good in bad situations--the humour in every day life, and the blessings that God gives us in friends and family.

Love like she loved and you will do well.

Your Daddy, Mummy and big sister Jayda are all so proud of you.You are loved, darling. Our hearts grew bigger on Sunday. Can't wait to get to know you. 

Comments

Susan said…
How incredibly wonderful! A granddaughter for a birthday gift. And the most perfect little bundle of sweetness at that! Congratulations, Robert! Bruce will have to move over. (But just a wee, wee bit.) :)
Belinda Burston said…
It was a wonderful birthday gift Susan. So very special. A C section had been booked for the next day but obviously Kasey didn't get the memo! :)
Leslie said…
So precious- congratulations to all the family!
Belinda Burston said…
Thank you Leslie!
She is lovely! I love your message to her ... full of love and warmth and hope.
Brave Raven said…
Beautiful to think that she would see the world like that.
Belinda Burston said…
Thank you Dave and Brave Raven!

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