Kathie Lee Gifford has shared a new picture of her ‘beautiful’ 5-month-old grandson, who has been called after her late husband.
Is there anything more wonderful than being a grandfather or grandmother? Nothing occurs to me.
There’s something very fulfilling about witnessing your kids become parents, particularly for the first time.
Kathie Lee Gifford, the former Today co-host, has been smiling with delight since learning she was going to be a grandmother. However, she emphasizes that the reason for the party is celebrating with her son and his lovely bride and their love for one another. This is a favor from God in His own time and manner.
Gifford posted a photo of her five-month-old grandson, Frank, on Twitter on Thursday.
My precious little bubbela wants to wish you all a blessed Thursday. He says he hopes you are happy and healthy! pic.twitter.com/cEfpWzOSV5
— Kathie Lee Gifford (@KathieLGifford) November 3, 2022
“Frankie” Frank Gifford’s son Cody and his wife Erika Gifford welcomed Michael Gifford on May 31.
Erika announced the news on Instagram, describing it as the happiest day of their life.
Frank Michael Gifford, ‘Frankie,’ was born three weeks early at a staggering 8lbs 8oz. They haven’t been able to stop gushing with love and appreciation for God’s most wonderful gift.
The pair, who started dating in 2013 and want to marry in 2020, named their first kid after Cody’s dad, Hall of Fame football icon Frank Gifford.
“Frank ‘Frankie,’ after C’s grandfather, and Michael, after her uncle, who died last year at the age of 61 and whose name also means ‘gift of God,’ Erika penned a letter.
Two powerful guys, gone but always remembered.
Kathie Lee also celebrated the birth of her first grandson by tweeting a cute snapshot of him- is there a greater wonder than the miracle of life? She can’t stop smiling. Thank you, God, for giving them Frank Michael Gifford.
She dropped by the Today Show soon after Frank was born and chatted with her former colleagues, revealing she had other plans for what she wanted her grandkids to call her.
Kathie Lee said she asked a friend whose mother is Israeli what grandparents are called.
She asked her, ‘What is an appropriate phrase for a Jewish grandmother?’ At the moment, Kathie Lee stated. “‘Bubbalah,’ she says. ‘This is Bubbie.’
It also implies ‘dearest one,’ as in ‘cherished one.’
It was a simple option for Kathie Lee since “a tiny kid simply goes, ‘Buh, buh, buh, buh, buh,’ anyway.”
She believes it will be simple. Bubbie.
What a treasure! There are few things better in life than becoming a grandparent!
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