The Alphabet Photography Project. G is for Gorgeous Girl #alphabetphoto

This is my eldest daughter - born after four boys, the girl I never believed I would have.

She is gorgeous - well I think she looks gorgeous  (I might be biased!) but in addition to that she has a gorgeous spirit.

She is intelligent, confident, friendly, sensitive, thoughtful and gives out more hugs than a blogger.

In this picture taken at our Church Patronal celebration barbecue on Sunday I caught a glimpse of the elegant and beautiful woman she will become.

Love you "My Papaya, Pants On Fire, Stinkerbell Onion Willmore."

 photo 4d06e438-4e6a-4f3b-88b2-0c1093350397_zps361ad0e9.jpg This post is linked to The Alphabet Photography project run by the lovely and talented Charly at Podcast


  1. Yay, I'm pleased I'm not the only biased one this week for G! But you're right, she is a gorgeous girlie and lovely that she's so affectionate. x

  2. I too have a little girl I never thought I would have, but I only have two children! Girls don't feature in my husband's family and as the sperm decides the sex of the child I thought maybe I had married into a family of men who don't produce female sperm (they do exist) You have to go back seven generations of direct descendants in his family to find a female child! Lovely picture, what a lovely tribute to your daughter :)

  3. A great way to celebrate G - gorgeous girl for sure. I have two gorgeous girls and would not be without them. #AlphabetPhoto

  4. Definitely gorgeous! I have a three-year-old daughter whom I also think is gorgeous! Would love to have a little boy too. #alphabetphoto.

  5. Yes she is gorgeous! Congrats for having a really nice daughter =) #AlphabetPhoto

  6. Aww that's just lovely Afra - great post, lovely words and a gorgeous girl! Thank you so much for sharing with #alphabetphoto

  7. What a lovely post and a lovely photo!

  8. she is a very gorgeous girl and with 4 older brothers will be looked after!


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