Malone was stuck on the bili blanket for a whopping FIVE days. He was our little quaranteened gloworm. So, needless to say, I haven’t had a chance to take some official portraits or anything of such (wannabe) grandeur. I DO have, however, a few snapshots of our lives from the last nine days.
His first “bath” (umbilical cord still on=thorough sponging)
First trip to the doctors office
Being held by Aunt Cici
Horsey rides via Papa
And uncle Walt…
My crazy little man.
Best buddies in the crib together!
And glow worm indeed… I had one of those when I was little. Wonder where it is?…
Ah, the Bili blanket… we called it Wesley’s jetpack. That hose is crazy heavy. It was only long enough to move back and forth between the bassinet and the chaise in our room, so if I needed Michael in the middle of the night I had to throw things at him from my perch. He’s a heavy sleeper and I decided to start keeping more ammo by the chaise! Malone is so so SO gorgeous. I’ve got it bad for a boy now!
Ashley – He is BEAUTIFUL!!! He is PERFECT!! I’m so happy for you guys. I soo badly wanted to bring ya’ll dinner one night. I just haven’t had time with Nick’s hand all messed up. I hope he is a good baby for you! 🙂 Can’t wait to see him in person!!! 🙂 Love love love the pictures!! 🙂
Cute pictures! You got the bili blanket to actually look like it was glowing in your picture..apparently we are retarded b/c ours never showed up.
I’m glad you posted a pic of the bili blanket because I had no idea what they look like. Those are adorable pics! He is such a cutie.