Sunday, June 4, 2017

New Photo of the Webster Gals

Last weekend, Alyssa (Bates) Webster was in a wedding in Tennessee with sister Michaela (Bates) Keilen. While they were there, photographer friend Taryn Yager snapped some photos of Alyssa and her baby girls. Aren't they a sweet little trio?

Alyssa Webster, Allie Webster, and Lexi Webster

Photo courtesy of tarynyagerphotography.com

26 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful photo! Wow precious memories for the family.

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  2. That is indeed a sweet picture. Thanks for sharing.☺

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  3. They're dressed so cute. Glad Alyssa has felt the freedom to do her own thing.

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  4. Please, please, stop writing the word "gal". If used AT ALL, the word exists only in spoken language, not written language.

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    1. Wow Kitty, you're a gal who really feels strongly.

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    2. Kitty meijer ,You must not be country gal
      But it seems your the only one with a problem with it.

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    3. Where do you see "gal" on this post?

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    4. I'm sure it's more proper to say "girls" or "ladies," however, "gals" is a word, and very much so. (Take a look in Webster's Dictionary for conformation). Ellie does a fantastic job of the blog, and though I'm sure Ellie is gracious enough to consider your suggestion, please do remember that this is not a "company" (like TLC) running this website, but a young lady who has many other things to do, so not everything will be written formally, and her time is limited. I must admit, I don't care for"gals" either, but it's probably also better to not complain too much as I'm sure Ellie is doing the best she can. (And a wonderful job she does!) Best wishes!

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    5. I agree. It's too Southern and twangy.

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    6. But this is a blog, which is like a diary or journal that's made public. It's not like a newspaper or a book.

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    7. How can a word exist in spoken language, but not written? It can obviously be written. It's just a colloquialism. Do you mean it doesn't exist in formal written language?

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    8. It amazes me what people complain about...

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    9. I live in Los Angeles and have heard that term here, too.

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    10. Funny- 'gal' is listed in Merriam-Webster as a noun, meaning 'a girl'. It may be used more frequently in some regions of the country than in others, but it is both a spoken and written word in our language.

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    11. Kitty, you know what people who are country have more fun!! people who like to be proper isn't fun at all !!

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    12. Ugh people

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  5. What beautiful little girls God bless you all

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  6. They are truly precious. God bless them.

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  7. Gal gal gal gal gal GAL GAL.

    Seriously? Get over it gal.

    Gorgeous pics.

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    1. I know right I wish people would just keep stuff to their selves

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  8. These gals sure are cute! ;)

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  9. Beautiful girls

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