Sunday, it was my privilege to attend Willa’s baptism. She was quite the brave baby and didn’t cry or even look askance at the minister as she was putting the water on her head. GrMimi made her dress (now made up to four dresses and one young man’s outfit), hmmm – what will the next one be?

Doesn’t she look angelic?

Since it’s quite a trip back and forth to Deep Springs, just for fun we all went to the bowling alley and had hamburgers and fries after the church service. Everyone but Ada bowled – even Willa.

Willa eventually fell asleep in the backpack and Emily and Claire filled in for Shelby.

We had celebrated an early Thanksgiving dinner that Padraic cooked on Saturday since we won’t all be together for the actual day. It was nice having everyone (except Andy) here.

The little kids were full of themselves and NOT interested in photos!

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