Thursday, February 2, 2017

Webster Sisters

Lexi Mae Webster is one week old! She was born Thursday, January 26th, at 7:20pm, weighing 6 pounds 2 ounces and measuring 20 inches long.

Lexi Mae Webster, 6 days old

Older sister Allie Jane Webster made her grand debut on Saturday, April 11, 2015. She weighed several ounces more than her little sister (6 pounds 11 ounces) but also measured 20 inches long. Do you think Allie and Lexi look similar?

Allie Jane Webster, 11 days old

For those who guessed Lexi's arrival date, birth weight, and birth length, we have the winners. So many of you were so close!

Karol, JJ, Emma, Norma, and Mum-2-8 correctly guessed the arrival date of January 26th, which also happened to be Australia Day. Verna and an anonymous reader nailed the birth weight (6 pounds 2 ounces), while Verna and Piper came up with the right birth length (20 inches).

Photos courtesy of Alyssa and John Webster

27 comments:

  1. Ohhh! Awesome! Haha
    Emma

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  2. I notice something else you know the Duggars ( 10 boys, 9 girls) while the bates (10 girls, 9 boys), the grandkids following the same though the first six grandkids Duggars have 4 grandson, 2 granddaughters, (before Jessa gives birth 7th any minute now because today is her due date) Bates have 4 granddaughters, 2 grandsons

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  3. Why do some parents feel the need to put big ugly bows on their girls?

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    1. It's a Southern thing. I never see that in NJ where I live.

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    2. The bows are only ugly in the opinion of some. I never did the big bows, but you can believe I did bows all the time when I finally had a girl after 3 boys!

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    3. I agree, I really dialike this trend time will come when they enjoy dressing up and I think those little babiea can do whithout all this poking and proding, they just need safety, warmth and not to much sensoric input.

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    4. Lesson from childhood: "If you can't say something nice then don't say anything at all."

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    5. Big bows are cute and look adorable on little girls.

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    6. Apparently some parents don't think it's ugly!

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    7. Why do some people feel the need to put big ugly rudeness in their comments?

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    8. those bows are not big or ugly.. lol

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    9. They are adorable!

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    10. Big ugly bows? Weird comment.

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    11. I've seen plenty of bows in Los Angeles, so I think it just depends on what the parents like.

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    12. Because its their child, not yours.

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  4. When are you going to put Lexi Mae on the heading...

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  5. What beautiful little girls you are very blessed

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  6. Lily & Ellie are you from Australia? Or otherwise why would you have mentioned Australia Day?

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    1. Nope, we aren't from Australia, but we would love to visit. One of our Australian readers told us it was Australia Day. :)

      Lily and Ellie

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  7. @anon 1:16 so others will know what gender a baby is. My sister had a boy and lots of people thought he was a girl.

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  8. Oh thanks for the special mention! Lexi is a treasure and her bow is adorable! Allie will be a great big sister. Blessings xxx

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  9. Anticipating Lexi being added to the family header!!! Blessings and best wishes for the family.

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  10. Beautiful beautiful babies!!! Allie will be a great big sister!!😃

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  11. Congratulations to the Webster family. Lexi Mae is beautiful, as is Allie Jane, her big sister. You are well on your way to a big beautiful family. God bless you all.

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