Allright! Thats very cool! How about some of the hole family?
It's good to hear he's recovering and finally home.
unfortunately he's not actually home, that picture was taken in the NICU. We're holding our breath hoping he'll get 'sprung' soon. Grandmaa Gretchen
You're a natural! I can just see you picking him up by the scruff of his neck in your teeth when you bring him to your burrow.
On another note, I need to put you in contact with Sage for when you and your family get back up to Seattle. He'll be able to clue you in on where to go to get the good foods/cheeses/etc. Needless to say, Pike Place Market is a big one! *hugs you all*
What a great mental image! I can just imagine the gleam of pride in your eyes! Great looking baby, Nic.
wowzers! I'm really happy he's doing so well. And... oh my! He's smaller than your head!
*Chuckles* Congrats there big daddy. You look proud. And I can tell hes already plotting his first fursuit design to take over the world with. ;3
2007-05-21 07:00 am (UTC)
That is precious!
Keep the pictures coming, it makes my day!
If it helps, my boss's son was a month preemie, and beat Timothy by only a few days. He was only three and change pounds at birth, and was on the respirator as well until his lungs could work on their own. They just brought him home yesterday, so I'd bet that master Timothy will be coming home soon as well. I'm so happy for you and Kit!
Congrats again, and double congrats on not dropping him on his head! (that's the first hurdle of fatherhood over, it'll be plain sailing from here!) :)
You're going to get me teary-eyed all over again.
Wow, that is absolutly amazing. I am so extremly happy for you and Kit! I can tell already this is going to be an awesome kid, becasue he has a couple of awesome parents ;)
that's so very sweet. Glad to hear Timothy is getting stronger. Congrats to both of you :)
2007-05-21 03:54 pm (UTC)
Aww! I'm glad to hear things are going well, congratulations to you both! :)
Oh, I'm so glad he's continuing to improve.
How long until he can get a bit of UV? He's looking a bit orange. Maybe he's a ginger tom?
you noticed huh?? Actually all people on scene report that he's out from under the bili lights and the skin color in the picture was a function of the camera,or something.
Beautiful, simply beautiful. :)
And, don't worry too much if you drop him - babies bounce. ;) No, seriously, though, the truth of the matter is that babies are a lot tougher than you might think - and Timothy's no exception - look at all the progress he's made so far, and all the stuff he's been through, just in his first few days!
woohoo!!! that's awesome that he's doing better!!! slow and steady wins the race!! :-)
and yea.. we've seen proud mom and now proud dad... where's the proud trio?? :-D