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"Aadya" says, Thanks!!

So, my 2.5 month old daughter "Aadya" wanted to say Thanks to all of her sweet Uncle and Aunts who have sent her so much love and wishes since the day she was born and her mom(aka me) is equally overwhelmed to receive so much love.

This post has been sitting in the drafts for quite some days now just because I didn't know where and how to begin saying thanks to all you lovely people out there who thought about me and my daughter in the past few months and sent us so much love and good wishes. We are truly blessed!!

I was so overwhelmed to see that even when  I wasn't blogging, all you people kept in touch with me through e-mails and messages, a lot of you even visited my blog daily, and I even found some new followers of my blog. How amazing is that? So I just wanted to say THANK YOU and give you all a BIG hug for being around.

I wanted to share all the little gifts and cards I received from my blogging as well as non-blogging pals.

The first card that arrived was from Rachana and she was so thoughtful to send it out at my in-laws address right after the delivery. I couldn't take the picture of the card but all I can say is it was so pretty and I was so delighted.


Second package of thought and kindness arrived from Jovita. She sent me this cute little kitty hood blanket, a wrist rattle and a gorgeous card. Her act of love and affection left me speechless.



And here are some gifts from our non-blogging pals. They were all so excited to see our little daughter :)

   Some cute little clothes


      Ultra sweet pink basket full of tiny little things


    And the very useful Johnson's baby kit


Again a big THANK YOU to each one of you for your wishes!

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