Aussie grandma Shira Williams has given birth to a healthy baby boy, and she’s happy to share the happy news.
Shira, 43, has always wanted to give a little something to every newborn.
But the baby was the best gift she could give him.
Shirley Williams is a grandmother and an educator.
She started her first baby shower when her oldest daughter, who was four months old, was born.
She gave the baby a new pair of gloves and a bottle opener, and even took him to her local pharmacy to get a new toothbrush.
“I was just so happy, I couldn’t believe it, the toothbrush was just the perfect gift for the baby,” Ms Williams told news.com.au.
“So I thought, why not give him a pair of new gloves?”
And I think the baby loved them.
He’s so young, but he had the best smile, and he loved them.
Shirs newborn son Sada is still wearing his gloves and toothbrush when he wakes up, and Ms Williams has no plans to change that.””
He was so happy he took them out to the car and just jumped on the car seat,” Ms Shira said.
Shirs newborn son Sada is still wearing his gloves and toothbrush when he wakes up, and Ms Williams has no plans to change that.
“We’ve given him a new set of gloves so he’s going to be able to take his toothbrush with him and take it to the store and pick it out of the cart,” she said.
Ms Williams said Sada was so grateful for the gift that he even got his first kiss.
“It was really a big moment for us,” she laughed.
“He’s a little boy, so it was really important to him to be happy.”
Sada is the fifth baby to be born to Shira and her husband.