New Year’s at the Lake

The day after Christmas we headed down to the lake to spend some time with Jeff’s family. Jeff’s parents had met Norah when she was just a few days old but this was her first time meeting Great Grandma (GG) Herzberger who is 96. Pretty much ever since I met Jeff 13 years ago she’s been asking about great grandchildren so it was nice to finally be able to introduce her to Norah! Norah’s middle name is Marion which is Jeff’s Grandmother’s name.
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The dogs love being at the lake because they get lots of walks and lots of treats!
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First photo of her developing smile (which is now out in full force)
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Bath in the sink!
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Sage getting a little too comfortable with Norah
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Norah snoozing on Grandpa
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And the next night on GG who patiently sat for 2 hours because she didn’t want to wake her up!!!
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We started doing one bottle feeding a day when she was a couple of weeks old so she gets used to it
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This one cracks me up
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Four generations!
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I love the scale of Norah compared to Jeff – so sweet!
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The annual Polar Bear Plunge happened the morning we headed back to Vermont
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It wouldn’t be a New Year without it!
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