After a relatively “easy” (as far as labour/birthing goes) labour, Hannah was born drug free in July 2009 in the Sydney, Australia area.  She was born with a small hole in her heart which doesn’t seem to cause her any problems, and at last look seems to be healing on its own.

From her very first day, Hannah has been super cheeky.  She bit Daddy’s nose within hours of entering the world.  Actually, she was cheeky while still in the womb.  We could poke her limbs and then she would kick/punch/elbow where we poked.

Hannah is a beautiful, smiley, fun, sweet, adorable, wonderful little girl who lights up our lives and makes everyone who lays eyes on her smile.  She commands attention no matter where we are.  Every time we go to the grocery store, she squeals at anyone around and makes loud happy noises while staring at them until they finally look her way.  Then she gives them the happiest, sweetest smile you’ve ever seen in your life.  It doesn’t matter if you are old, young, male, female, conventionally good-looking, or a bit scary looking, she does it with everyone. UPDATE: Now that she is a bit older, she still commands everyones attention, but now she uses words.

Aaron and I are so blessed to have our little Hannah.


As soon as I pushed her out, I turned over and gave Hannah a cuddle. This is her very first photo

Biting Daddy's nose

6 Responses to “Hannah”

  1. Catherine October 3, 2010 at 2:37 pm #

    How beautiful!

    • photosheri October 4, 2010 at 1:04 pm #

      Thanks! And thanks for stopping by!

  2. mamamia2010 October 23, 2010 at 5:22 am #

    this is so funny… my daughter also liked to bite my husbands nose and she does very loud happy noises to get people’s attention just to smile at them. she’s 6 1/2 months now.

  3. iheartrns May 18, 2011 at 12:31 pm #

    awww soo cute!

  4. may May 23, 2011 at 10:46 am #

    being a parent is easily the best thing in the world.


  5. Bonnie Halper November 19, 2011 at 7:47 am #

    My name is Bonnie Halper, I am a single mother of 3, and a big fan of your blog. Thank you for your insights, and you probably don’t realize how much of a positive impact you have on your readers.

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