Saturday, July 25, 2009

He's Here!

My newest grandson has arrived finally. He was born Friday and weighed 9 lbs. 11 oz. which sounds big but his older brother weighed 10 lbs. 5 oz. so he is a peanut in comparison. I am very relieved that he and his Mom are doing well-Friday was a long day. He appears to be a very mellow baby so far so lets hope that lasts. Thanks for all your good thoughts.

22 comments:

  1. Oh he's a bundle of blessings. My warmest welcome to the newest member of the family. *karendianne.

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  2. Congratulations Grandma!! Babies are the best.

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  3. Congratulations, a Leo! What time was he born? A new baby to sew for!
    Fun! So glad everything turned out good!
    Hugs Fern

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  4. Congratulations grandma! He is beautiful!!!

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  5. Congrats! he is beautiful! How exciting!!!

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  6. Congratulations, Chris! Oh my, I remember when the other was born...time does fly! I'm glad that Mom and wee one are doing fine!

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  7. Hurray - love to all the family - he's gorgeous xx

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  8. Congratulations Chris...he is beautiful!

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  9. Congratulations to all! He is just beautiful!

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  10. Well, he's a handsome boy and obviously well worth the wait.
    Congratulations to you, the proud parents and older brother.

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  11. Congratulations -- he's adorable. Glad to hear all are doing well.

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  12. Congratulations and best wishes to the whole family. Every baby is a blessing and a gift.

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  13. Congratulations! He's adorable. He weighed EXACTLY what my new little grandson weighed.

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  14. Congrats on the new grandson! He is adorable.

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  15. Congratulations!:) The best celebration is a new family member!!! Blessings to all!

    Kay in Kansas

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  16. What a handsome baby! He looks all boy, even now! Congratulations to the entire family.

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In glory I will stand,
A crown perhaps upon my head,
And a needle in my hand.