they named her camille and will call her that. and that’s fine. i mean as a parent you get to call your child whatever you want, right? i mean you do get to name the babe after all. and call her whatever you want, but for me, i am going to call her cami, and pretend she was named after me. 😉 even though it is short a letter and spelled completely different. in my reveries this baby is my namesake. kind of. not really. well, ok, fine. not at all, but a girl can dream can’t she?
allow me to introduce to the world wide web “cami”(since it’s my blog and my dreams i am going to call her that ;)) aka camille, baby extraordinaire:
cami came into the world singing. opera. long operas actually. she’s probably singing one right now. listen carefully. if you live in california you might be able to hear the melodic shrill of baby cami:
she has been blessed with a beautiful set of pipes. what a gift. 😉 she didn’t “sing” that long, although i wouldn’t have minded if she did. i am quite accustom to that baby song.
cami settled quickly every time her mom (a very patient and kind woman who looks so amazingly GREAT after having just birthed a baby) was near. she recognizes love, pure and selfless love:
baby cami was welcomed with much love by an adorable sister:
who seems to be happy she is around:
the score has been evened; one baby for each parent:
there is absolutely zero jealousy here. nope. not a bit at all. 😉
i love daddies and baby girls; there is something so special about the relationship they have.
and the relationship a mother has with her daughters is something so intangible yet ultra significant and important:
a few more of my most beautiful, talented, exceptional, and perfect namesake (dreaming, still dreaming!! ;)):
a couple of the family of four:
if cami does decide to pursue “singing” professionally, or if she takes the pop star route, she will have the attitude to go with it 😉 :
tracy, vincent, olivia and baby cami, thank you for allowing us to spend some time with you. as always, your family is warm, cheerful, welcoming, and a pleasure to spend time with. may cami sleep a bit more a “sing” a bit less. thank you again; can’t wait to see you soon, kj