Diary of Anita Dwyer Withers
May 4th. 1860.
May the 1st. was the first time that I went down to breakfast with my Husband since the birth of our baby. That morning I practised on the Piano, and took a ride in the afternoon.
All well (T G) Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Conrad, Miss Post, and Miss Rodriguez called to see me, they were all delighted with little Edward. We took a short drive. My Mother came over in the evening to take care of the baby so that I might go and hear the Swiss bell Ringers but I did not care to attend.
May 5th. 
Rather a pleasant day. I wrote to Mrs. T. Dwyer as she expects to start for Europe soon. I have just received a letter from my dear Aunt Maria they were all enjoying good health. Charlotte bought the baby a bottle and India rubber nipple.
Our place now looks beautifully green and shady. The gardin is very fine.
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