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Meet Samuel Ian

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Born April 12th at about 7:30 pm.
5 lb 6oz
18 inches
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He and I are both doing well.
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We finally decided on the name for good in the operating room.
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He's got an impressive set of lungs- you can pretty much hear him from one end of the mother/baby hall to the other.
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Anna and Ellery are taking it all very seriously.
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It's probably a very good thing he had to be born by C section no matter what. The little acrobat not only had the cord wrapped around his neck three times- he had also managed to tie a knot in it.

I'm going to have to take some size comparison pictures tomorrow so I can remember just how small 5lbs 6oz really is. And some proud daddy pictures, of course.

Comments

debbie said…
Congratulations!!!! I'm glad you guys are all doing well and that you had a c-section so that cord didn't become a problem! Evelyn was 5 lbs 6 oz too. They are totally twins.
kristib said…
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kristib said…
He is truly a gorgeous baby. And most babies that aren't mine aren't gorgeous. Just so you know.

Also, I love round c-section heads. Adorable.

Also, that bath picture is too much cuteness.

Also, I love the wailing picture with the scrunched up nose.

Also, lay off the crunches until your scar heals. I'm talking from experience.

(btw, I had to delete my comment so that I could edit it. I hate making typos. I know, let it go. But I can't.)
Jennifer said…
He's precious! Congratulations to everyone =) Great name, too.
tammiemarie said…
aww, he' so beautiful! my kids were very skeptical of our third at first, but now the three of them are peas in a pod. congratulations!
Rachel said…
Congrats!! He reminds me of Anna. I cant wait to see some comparison pics. I love little babies!
Rachel said…
Oh and I keep wondering . . . Did you get the boat?
Leserlee said…
Wow, so tiny. I always forget how little newborns are, but 5 lbs 6 oz? That's a really little guy. I'm glad things are going well for you all!
Katie B. said…
What a beautiful boy! I'm glad everyone is doing well.
Jenny said…
congratulations, he is a doll.
Grandpa R. said…
Job well done. A beautiful baby, just like the previous two.
Love Grandpa R.
Meg said…
Congrats to you all! He's very handsome! Glad to hear you all are safe and healthy. Can't wait to see the outfits you whip up for this little guy.
Brenda Mathers said…
Congratulations, Trina. He is a very handsome little guy. Love the picture of him getting his "hair" washed. Cute! I'm glad you're doing well. Your girls are beautiful! Have a speedy recovery.
Melynna said…
Holy crap! This is what I get for not checking blogs for a few days. Congratufreakinglations!

Also, those pictures look great, especially considering where they were taken. You're a mad genius. With a great camera.

And Anna looks like some kind of mischievous pixie child in that one picture.
carmel said…
big big congrats!!!!
he is so tiny! and sweet!!! and he was borne at the same birthday date as my 3 year old son
i wish you 2 the best! feel good and get better soon

take care
carmel
Ashley Ann said…
Congrats mama! He is beautiful!
ezeldabeth said…
congratulations! he is adorable (and a great name)

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