Lexie was in Santa Clara when Bailey was born, so Gordon and Lexie took a little trip down to Oak City on December 22nd so Lex could meet her new niece. I stayed at Chelsea's house for 4 days to help so I was already there. Gordon brought gifts to Afton and Bailey to make sure they had proper head gear!! Such a cute baby cougar!
Cute Afton with her cougar hat.
Baby Bailey likes to sit like a contortionist while she stretches.
As our old Orem High School was torn down and a new one built I had the chance to buy a plaque for the "Legacy Wall" in the new school. I wanted all of us 8 kids to be on a plaque since we all graduated from Orem High School, so I bought 3 plaques to fit all the names of us "BROWN TIGERS". The set-up of the 3 plaques weren't what I had in mind . . . . . . but we had to flow with the brick layout. (Sorry these are out of order, but for some reason this blog post is conspiring against me.)
Chelsea and Tyson had a very long day on December 16, 2010. They checked into the hospital in Delta in the morning and at night Bailey Rose finally was born. Shayla, Jocelyn, Gordon, and I went down to play with Afton while mom and dad were in the hospital awaiting the arrival of Bailey. It was long past Jocelyn and Afton's bed time but they made it. We were trying like crazy to keep them awake as we drove them from Oak City over to the Delta hospital.
Afton finally got to meet her new baby sister Bailey Rose. Such a darling little family.
No greater thrill for a Grandma . . . . . . meeting the newest Grandbaby!
Grandma Elaine and Grandma Valerie thrilled beyond all reason!!!!!
Jocelyn finally got to meet her newest cousin Bailey.
Grandpa Gordon and Aunt Shayla meeting our new baby doll.
Way to go Chelsea and Tyson for bringing another beautiful baby into the world and our family.
Bailey Rose Hathaway . . . 7 lbs. 2 oz. . . . 20 inches. . . born at 8:30 p.m.