My Captured Moment #14

I am linking up with the lovely Heledd from Running in Lavender for her fab linky ‘My Captured Moment‘. The idea is to link up new or old photos that capture a moment you don’t want to forget!

This photo captures the moment two sisters met for the first time. Little L was only 3 hours old and her big sister was her very first visitor. I had expressly told my parents that she was to come into the room on her own, meet her sister uninterrupted before anyone else came in.

She had been so excited to meet her, being a part of the pregnancy since 12 weeks. We hadn’t told her the name we had chosen, always referring to her as the baby. So, here they are (Little L crying hysterically) but Little G as calm as a cucumber and totally in love. We told her the name of her sister and she just smiled and squeezed her a little bit tighter.

The start of their friendship, an unbreakable bond.

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Who was your baby’s first visitor?

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  1. Well, as you well know I’m rather a fan of these ‘sibling meets sibling’ moments. This is truly adorable. And the most precious of memories. So sweet. Steph xxx

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  2. Oh Katy this is heart melting! I did exactly the same with my two. I wanted Lili to have the chance to meet her baby sister without any distractions. Hands down the most special moment of my life. Thanks for linking up xx

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  3. The Mother says – What a lovely moment which has been captured so well. Lucas’s first visitor was his Uncle Chich and my best friend. Nobody else got a look in once Uncle Chich had picked up Lucas – it was a lovely moment x #mycapturedmoment

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