Tuesday, March 1, 2016

New Baby

My niece Stacey was expecting a baby, since she has four girls we thought she might get another girl.  Instead it was quite a surprise to hear she got a baby boy!  They wanted the baby to be a surprise so they chose not to find out the gender…just like in the olden days!  The baby weighed in at nine pounds and eleven ounces.

The big sisters were all happy…I heard the littlest was momentarily upset because she wanted a little sister.  She is little and got over it quickly! 
Four girls one boy
The girls and their new brother
Four girls and one little boy!
Baby boy
He looks just perfect to me.  He was getting a bath as we arrived and was screaming a good scream, then when he got dressed and warm he went right back to sleep.
Little feet
Stacey and new baby boy
Here he is telling his Mama that he might be a little hungry.

My niece is a very busy new mother with a house full of giggling little girls and from what I saw, the new baby boy can sleep through anything!

It was fun to take some photos to celebrate this long awaited little boy.
Lots of hair
My other baby brother has twelve grands now and it is all tied up…six boys and six girls.
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27 comments:

  1. How exciting for this family of beautiful girls! Your photos are wonderful.

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  2. A lovely family! He will have 4 little mothers to teach and love him.

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  3. How fun to keep it a surprise! Congrats to all :-D.

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  4. How wonderful! He is one lucky fellow to have 3 beautiful older sisters.

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  5. What a beautiful family! My brother had five sisters, the only boy in a family of six. He is very much loved by all of us. Thanks for the great pictures! :-)

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  6. What beautiful pictures you took. It's always fun to see a new baby. So sweet!
    Congrats to the new baby's family.

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  7. Great family, great photos too...love the tiny feet.

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  8. How wonderful to have a boy after 4 beautiful girls. It's nice to have both kinds!
    This baby boy is really big! I hear that large babies are easier to care for. But as someone else said, he will have 4 little mothers to help Mama.

    Shirley H.

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  9. Oh how wonderful. He is going to be one spoiled little boy, with all those little girls hovering over him! My boy was just 3 oz short of that weight. Cute little guy:)
    I want to send you a big thank you for the nice card I received yesterday. Totally unexpected and so sweet of you to think of me when you have so much going on in your own house. Love the apron picture! Thank you, Karen.

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  10. Lovely photos of lovely looking children CONGRATS to all ! Thanks for sharing ,have a good day !

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  11. Oh, my...four additional mothers!

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  12. Oh, how sweet! What a surprise!

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  13. Your photos of that family are absolutely beautiful!

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  14. What a lovely family. Lots of activity around that house, that's for sure.

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  15. Aww....adorable baby! And he has four proud big sisters.

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  16. Oh how sweet! A new baby right here at springtime.so cute!! I betcha his sisters are going to spoil him!

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  17. What a handsome little guy! Four big sisters--OMG! He will be spoiled and tested--LOL! ;)

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  18. Wonderful photos! Congratulations to your niece and her husband.

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  19. What a beautiful family. Great photos.

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  20. What a wonderful surprise! Congratulations to all on such a sweet baby boy!

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  21. Congrats to everyone! What a lovely family -- and your photos are gorgeous!

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  22. Your photos are beautiful!!!!!!!

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  23. He's a lucky little man as men that are raised with big sisters seem to turn out really great (not that I know but men I was friends with were)! Congrats to all! What a beautiful family and what a wonderful "surprise".

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