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Our Daddy's Girl finally said 'DADDY'!

Priceless moments with his little miss magic-


Anonymous said…
Just beautiful! Brings tears to my eyes!
Heather said…
Way to go Ivey!!!This child continues to amaze me and bring a smile to my face each and every time I come by.
Anonymous said…
Tears of joy are flowing! Love you all,
our family said…
What a little smart girl. How sweet it is to have your child call you by name for the first time.
Hugs and prayers for many more amazing miracles for your sweet girl.
Rachel in PA
How wonderful.
Ok now I need a Kleenex lol
-Shannon in Austin
Kathy said…
That made me cry! Yay, Ivey! What a daddy's girl!
Tammy said…
How awesome! Way to go Ivey!

I can't wipe the smile off my face and don't want to wipe the tears out of my eyes. She's amazing!

You are so blessed with such a beautiful family!
Anonymous said…
Yay Ivey...this video is just beautiful.

Annapolis, MD
Rock on Ivey!!! You're such a blessing!!!
About Me said…
WOW, I just found your blog from Sweet Little Gavin Owens' blog, this video made me cry!!!!!! Blessings, Emily, PA

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