S: LYDIA CLARA BETH BELL
BC: This book was made for Lydia Clarabeth Bell with much love by Grandma Bell Christmas 2011
FC: FUN WITH LYDIA | 2011
1: You sure look cute with your Bell Farms jean on. | Sitting in the chair Papa Bell made for you.
2: What a good little girl you were for Grandma Bell when I was with you for a week.
3: More fun! | Determined!
4: You woke up in the mornings very happy!
5: Your first birthday party was held on April 11 even though your actual birthday was April 13. It sure was fun and you got a lot of great presents.
6: You and Grandma Deurloo checking out the balloons.
8: Papa and Grandma Bell love you very much!
9: Your mother and dad love you very much!
10: I think your mother wants you to be a softball player.
11: Your dad put on your sun hat. He is still a kid at heart! | Papa Bell taking you for a ride.
12: A trip was taken to Cleveland where your dad was coaching football. Aunt Cassy was also there.
13: Fun playing on the stairs with cousins MacKenzie and Cale. We had to watch you very carefully because you hadn't gone up and down the stairs before.
14: Fun outside!
15: You had fun picking the dandelions!
16: You always wanted to be outside!
17: Fun with your cousins, Ashtyn, MacKenzie, and Cale.
20: You sure like picking lilacs along the driveway.
22: You sure enjoyed riding on the tractor with Papa Bell.
23: You even liked being on the horses-must be a Bell trait!
24: When on the farm you have to do some chores!
28: Riding Big Red! | Good balance!
29: There is always time to eat a popscicle on the deck.
30: AUNT CASSY'S SHOWER
31: You are always on the go!!
32: hanging out | After the shower you went swimming in the Forrest pool and then played in the fort.
33: SUMMER OF LOVE | Ready for the trip on the ferry to Mackinac Island.
34: Biking around the Island! You didn't enjoy it much though (like not at all!)
35: Fun stops as we bike around the Island.
39: Nieces and nephews
41: "Believe in happily ever after, and it will come true"
43: A carriage ride around the Island. Aunt Cassy and Uncle Nathan were in a vis-a-vis in front of the carriage.