Saturday, May 6, 2017

Brooklyn's 9-Month Milestone

 Brooklyn Paine

Brooklyn Elise Paine was born at 5:42am on August 6th, 2016, weighing 6 lbs, 6 oz, which means that today is her nine-month milestone! According to parents Erin and Chad, Brooklyn loves the Paines' pets. For those who haven't heard, the Paines adopted a puppy, Max, last summer, and added two baby goats, Bubby and Sissy, to their family in Feburary.

In just eight days, Brooklyn's older brother, Carson Paine, will turn two years old.

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Photo courtesy chadanderin.com

22 comments:

  1. She is such a cute little munchkin, and shes sitting up now! Looks just like her big bro.

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  2. Once upon a time, I could stretch and touch my feet like that. Now I can just forget it!
    She's such an adorable baby!

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  3. Dear Chad and Erin, both of you are blessed to have such a beautiful girl, Brooklyn!

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  4. She's precious, but I gotta say, that bow is a bit much. She has the sweetest face though, bow or no bow.

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  5. Awww!!! She is so precious! Chad, Erin, and Carson, you are truly blessed to have such a treasure in your family.

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  6. Bring on the criticism of her hairband! I think she looks adorable.

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    1. Agreed, I think it's a beautiful bow for a beautiful baby.

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    2. She is so adorable. It's so fun to have a baby girl to dress up in pretty clothes and accessories!

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    3. Yes! I made a big bow when my daughter was itty bitty. Bright purple with curly ribbons. It was so cute for her six month pictures. I love filling her up. And now she's six it's fun to help her design her own unique style. Precious moments and memories.

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  7. Ashley in AlabamaMay 9, 2017 at 7:45 AM

    Oh wow she is so adorable! If Chad were a girl this is what he would've looked like. Absolutely beautiful! They make pretty babies. I am excited to see how many more they will have.

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    1. Two is a good number.

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    2. And so are 3, 4, 5, 6, etc. :)

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  8. There's a cute photo of her, but there's that hideous unnecessarily large fuscia head bow/headband again. Too large for that little girl.

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    1. Large, yes. But hideous? Did you know that hideous means:
      1. horrible or frightful to the senses; repulsive; very ugly:
      a hideous monster.
      2. shocking or revolting to the moral sense:
      a hideous crime.
      3. distressing; appalling:
      the hideous expense of moving on

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  9. So cute, beautiful bright eyes with a lively sparkle & looks so much like Chad.

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  10. I personally don't think this nice couple should be encouraged to have more children. Erin's health should be a major concern and perhaps THAT IS GOD's will for HER...to have a small family. To knowingly risk a woman's health when she already has children to raise just isn't a wise thing to continually do. I hope they feel no pressure to 'keep on going', for that won't be God's will either; it will be the WILL of others.

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  11. See? This is why they are asked about those hair bows on little girls. There always is one on their heads. You don't see that on all other little girls, so it must be a uniform of some sort about their belief system.. Otherwise we wouldn't see those hairbows so often as we do, like the long hair. long skirts, flip flop sandals and lots of makeup on their faces. It's the Gothard/IBLP/ATI groups. They belong, but don't ever state it is so with them. they are fooling no one.

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    1. I have lived in the South my entire life and I can assure you that big bows are a southern thing and have nothing to do with religion.

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  12. Wow... some of these comments. Why even come to the blog if you're just going to be mean?

    And the bow thing is just ridiculous. Even before I became a Christian I had the big bow for my daughter. I handmade it to purposely be over the top, with streams of ribbons. It was a photo prop. Maybe it's a country thing. Like the homecoming mums. Or the onesies with the month on them.

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