July 4, 2011

Weston Lee

arrived on June 27, weighing 7 pounds and 8 ounces. Jake and Luke are very proud of their new cousin. My brother, Stephanie and Adam are very happy to finally have him here!
I apologize for the quality of these photos. I went to my mom and dads yesterday, so excited to get photos, turned the camera on and had forgotten my camera card. I always carry an extra in my bag but guess what? It wasn't in there yesterday.....who's been in my camera bag??
Anyway, poor quality or not......here's Weston!
The colors go with the holiday!


Jake is growing up so fast and was so sweet and gentle holding and loving on him.


Luke thinks it's so cool that he's not the baby in the family anymore!

I'm just happy to have that new baby smell around again! Joe took one look at me holding him and said, "Honey, you know we can't have anymore!" I'm okay with that even though my boys are growing up fast BUT.....
I'm going to spoil this one as often as I can!!!!!

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!!!

8 comments:

Farmchick said...

Happy 4th and congrats to the family on baby Weston!

Teresa said...

Congratulations! He is adorable.

LindaG said...

Spoil him and give him back! ;-)
Happy Independence Day to you all and Congratulations! :-)

Blondee said...

Happy 4th!

Congrats on the beautiful new addition to the family. :)

Homeschool on the Croft said...

Awww, lovely photos - of baby boy, and bigger boy!
Happy 4th!

Richard said...

Happy July 4.Richard from the Amish settlement of Lebanon,pa

Lana at www.FarmLifeLessons.blogspot.com said...

A new baby in the family! Always a beautiful happening to celebrate! Both of them look so sweet.

Richard said...

Id like to invite everyone to read a blog post today of a woman who joined the old order Mennonite church from the outside. I'm extremely lucky in publishing her very first, and most likely last post on Amish Stories. A lot of work was involved in her getting permission to be even able to write anything on the internet, and permission was given by her bishop. So please stop by and read about a woman who gave-up her car and other worldly possessions for the person that she loved. Richard from Amish Stories.

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