I have six grandchildren.
I have been told, that unless my son marries a woman with a child/children,
this is it.
(Not that I asked. I didn't.)
I'm quite happy with the six.
They are all wonderful (of course).
However, in accordance with the theme,
I will feature the last grandchild -
The photo below is when we got to babysit her.
It was also the first time we saw her.
Her blue eyes were quite evident even then.
This is one of my favorites in a series my daughter had done.
I like how Sara is bending down
and wrapping her arms around Abby.
Another favorite of mine.
Sara has a photographer friend
who likes to practice on Abby and her brother Aaron.
These two were part of a set to mark her 2nd birthday.
These two are part of the latest professional photos taken.
The photographer sets it up so her clients and friends have digital access to them.
That was a deal breaker for Sara
because of having family so far away.
Love those blue eyes!
She has acquired a pair of red boots that she absolutely LOVES.
(And that is so appropriate for a Texas girl!)
Abby wears dresses almost all the time.
Her hair is pulled back in a bow.
Her sock of preference has a ruffled edge.
However, the little darling, in all her girly glory,
loves to play with cars and trucks and such.
Above is when she had her school visit.
Sara wrote the following in her blog.
"There are seven kids in Abby's class. They are all girls. So Abby had free reign over the cars. She lined every single one up while those other girls were finding the princess stuff."
Abigail Elizabeth follows a long line of readers.
Her brother is an avid reader also.
(Makes an English teacher grandmother proud.)
And that is the 'last but not least' of my grandchildren.
For more corner views on 'last but not least'
visit Francesca's place: Fuoriborgo.