Mothers and Daughters

Four Generations

While I normally devote my blog to writing and bookish matters, we’ve had something so special happening in our family that I feel compelled to mention it. My lovely daughter had twin girls four weeks ago, and they have been a blessing and joy ever since. The babies are fraternal, not identical, though it’s easy to confuse them, especially in the middle of the night when passing them around for clean diapers and burping.

Holding a small, warm baby close to the heart is one of the most powerful experiences I know, and I’m so happy to have these mighty people in my life.

For Mother’s Day, we had four generations of mothers and daughters together and snapped this shot. If you ever wonder where I find inspiration for the strong girls in my novels, take a look at my family and you’ll understand.

Welcome, Lily and Elsa.

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