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Grandpa and Grandma Visit

My parents were able to visit from Michigan this past week and meet Joash and see our new home here. They liked Joash a lot.Here are some of the things that happened. Joash hung out with Grandpa and Grandma lot. He was held almost all of the time, which he really liked.

Joash was baptized on Sunday. It was so nice for all of his grandparents to be here to witness that. Here is Joash in his cute outfit.


And Joash got a lot of gifts. Christmas came a bit early to our house hold. Here is Joash modeling a new hat.
I will put up some more pictures of Joash and his new gifts as we use them.
As you can see, Joash is crying in this picture. He is didn't really want Grandma and Grandpa to leave, which everyone else agreed with. We are looking forward to the next visit.

Comments

Han said…
Wow Denise, Joash looks a LOT like your dad. Very nice pics--thanks for posting them. Do you have plans to visit Holland anytime in December?
The Talens said…
I think so too, Han. We won't be making it to Michigan this year. But next year we should be around. Have a wonderful holiday!

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