A Delaney By Any Other Name

… is Davida Rachel.  Now remember, that’s Hebrew, so there’s extra chhhhh in “Rachel.”  That’s right!  Our li’l Delaney Roslyn now has a Hebrew name!  As with her English one, she is named after my mother Diana and Samantha’s grandmother Rose.

Delaney, Samantha and Shawn at Temple Beth El

The weather was amazing.  Not a cloud in the sky!  Grandpa Al, Grandpa Peter, Nana Marilynn, Aunt Judy, Uncle Harvey, Aunt Laurie, Uncle Jason, Aunt Shannon and Cousin Leeser (who arrived with a full Babies R Us in her suitcase, I swear!) all braved the throngs of NASCAR fans to join us at Temple Beth El Saturday morning for a couple of Bar Mitzvahs.  The rabbi saved the best for last and Delaney slept through the entire thing!  (I have to be honest.  I completely expected her to fill her diaper explosively during a nice quiet momemt of reflection.  The acoustics were amazing and it would have been epic!  But alas.  No poop for you.)

Everyone came over to the house afterward for a wonderful day of visiting, eating, telling Bailey no, eating, taking pictures, yelling at Bailey to stop and eating.  It was great to have everyone over and I hope we can do it again really soon.  Like next week.  Seriously.  We bought too much food at Costco.  You NEED to come here next week and eat.  PLEASE!

There are obviously waaaay too many pictures to post here, so I’ll put up a selection over the weekend.  Then I’ll make an AOL gallery and you can peruse them all at your leisure.


Delaney\'s Naming

Delaney and Samantha

Delaney and Aunt Judy

Delaney and Grandpa Peter

Delaney and Nana Marilynn

Delaney and Cousin Leeser

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