"By the Brook" is the English translation of the German word "Biedebach".
'He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water...' Psalm 1:3
Here's what's in her name, as you previously wondered: In English the name Allison means- Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. (good choice!!!)In English the name Mae means- variation of may, month name.(maybe a bit hopeful - you might need to change that to June now!!)Congratulations on another letter A in the family! May she bring much love and happiness to you.Love Caroline.
Oh I'm so happy for you!! Congratulations! What a beautiful name - I look forward to some pictures as I won't be here to meet her when you get back. We're leaving on Friday. I'm seeing the homeschoolers tomorrow and will share the news. Praying for quick healing, great bonding, easy adjustment, happy siblings and many more blessings. Lee-Anne
congratulations from the Waters,we are so happy for you all, and glad little Allison is finally here.
Wonderful news. Congratulations from the Bucklands.
So thrilled to hear of Allison Maes safe arrival!! So thrilled for all of you!!
So thrilled to hear of Allison Maes safe arrival!! Love to all of you!!
Congratulations Brian and Anita!!! We are so happy to hear about Allison's arrival and glad to hear that all are doing well. Looking forward to seeing some pictures. I'm sure she will be a real blessing to your family. Love, Conrad, Jen and Zachary
Hey, that Duncan test you and the kids did WAS accurate!! I'll definitely have to try that and see if it works for me too! :)
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