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Nathan is Hebrew and means "gift from God" - we couldn't have been more blessed than to have been chosen as his parents!

Thank you for keeping up-to-date with Nathan. We hope you visit often and enjoy experiencing our son's journey as much as we do. Please feel free to leave comments.

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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

WELCOME HOME LITTLE ONE!!!!!!

Aunt Kathy made this sign for Nathan!!


The sign and lots of balloons welcomed us home Monday -- the minute I saw them I cried! We are so relieved to have our son home after almost 3 weeks.





This was Nathan's first car seat experience!










Nathan's first day was terrific! He slept a lot although he didn't eat that well during the day. I think the peace and quiet really made him sleepy!

He ate well during the night and snuggled with his mommy on the couch! He also has eaten well at his feedings this morning. Right this very moment he is fast asleep in his swing that Grandpa and Mema gave him. He loves it!!!
We have our first doctor appointment tomorrow!



4 comments:

Rose said...

Thanks Kandi!!! I finally get to see Nathan's beautiful eyes open. They complete his cute little face!
So glad you're all home. Keep posting. I love seeing pics.
Love you guys,
Rose

Mairead Elizabeth Hickok said...

Man, he is SO cute! We are so glad to see that he is settling in to life at home with Mommy and Daddy. Bringing home a new baby (especially after a long wait) is just an amazing feeling. We're excited for you guys to start your life as a family! Love, Maghan, Dave, and Mairead

laurajnovak said...

Oh what a beautiful baby boy!!! We are so excited for you guys. As I am sure you already know being parents is the most wonderful thing you can do. It is just wonderful. Enjoy yourselves and we will check in again soon.

Brian, Laura and Cassidy

Tom said...

Hey...super glad to see Nathan's home...yaaay!! (sorry for the delayed comment, just got a chance to look at the blog). We're looking forward to meeting him and seeing you guys (when things have calmed down a bit and everyone's settled).