Thursday, July 27, 2006

Max est arrive. Lui et sa mere vont tres bien.

Got back home yesterday a little before 5:30. Too tired to do much other than play with the dogs, wash my clothes, and do some calming hand work while watching television as I waited for Fee to get home.

Thanks to all of you who have sent "congratulations"...!





I did get started on the mountain of email and get the pictures loaded on to Picassa, so I can show my wonderful grandchildren.

The first 3 are just after birth. The doctor and nurses were still there and had just finished cleaning Max up. He was 6 lbs., 14 oz. at birth and ready to nurse as soon as the nurses handed him back to Mom.

Here he is right after coming home. He is so sweet and only cries when he is hungry. The rest of the time he is either sleeping or looking around in the short-sighted manner of new babies. Same day, but after a change of clothes and diaper.

11 comments:

  1. Awwww! And I think second babies have a much better temperament. Enjoy!

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  2. Oh he's beautiful - I heard only lest night that I shall be an auntie again next March/April - such joy!

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  3. So sweet. Always love the happy family pics!

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  4. Aw he is so cute. I love holding babies. And handing them back to the parents when it is time for a diaper change! Love that you took a black and white photo too.

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  5. Welcome, Max! He is so beautiful! Congratulations, etc. We are having a new grandson in about 2 weeks--I can hardly wait....

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  6. I can hardly wait to post some pictures of my own, of Rhys! (pronounced Reese).

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  7. Felicitacions! Bienvenue Max!

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  8. Congratulations on the new edition! Max is precious.

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  9. Thanks for your info--I'll try it! That sad story you remember about little dog Rags--that wouldn't be Tatters, would it? My brother had a book about a little dog called Tatters, who fell into a ditch and couldn't get out...my brother cried, and Mama showed him the picture where Tatters DID get out, and he would quit crying, until he turned back to the picture where Tatters was still IN the ditch!

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  10. Awwww. He's so cute. Welcome little Max, & congratulations Gran Jen!

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