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congratulations. And welcome to the world Julian
Congratulations to you all. Julian is beautiful.
That's a beautiful kid! Congratulations!
Congratulations! Julian is beautiful.
AAAaaaaaaaah!YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!I was starting to wonder ....Absolutely gorgeous and clearly the concentrated facial expression of a future ace birder :-)))))All the very best to the three of you and I sincerely hope you got yourself a whole pile of sleep in the months before so you can go without now for, I don't know, say 2 years or so? ;-))))))Geez, that's good news to read all is well and fine!!
Congrats Patrick! And Beth's telling of the story is great as well...
Congratulations-Pretty god sized baby too.Okay-time to break out Sibley's field guide for birds-babies edition.
Outstanding! Blessings to your newly expanded family.
I'm a bit late to the party but I'll offer my congratulations as well. I also second Jochen's comment hoping you and Beth got ahead on your sleep... :)
Congrats, congrats, congrats to everyone! I know you guys will enjoy every moment (and you'll quickly forget those you don't, so it works out).-Mike
Congratulation!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Welcome to the club!
Welcome to the world, Julian! You were smart to choose this family!
Congrats! He's very handsome... you both must be so happy and busy and exhausted.;-)
He looks fantastic--can't wait to meet him once we're settled in in Princeton this fall!
Hi Rick, I caught something on facebook about Princeton, but didn't realize you were moving there. Awesome! I look forward to birding with you.
Oh my gosh! A baby Patrick! Congratulations to you and Beth!
Congratulations Patrick - beautiful baby!!p.s. loved your gnome comment on BOTB caption contest! HILARIOUS!!! I'm sure John will get a kick out of it!
Alan - glad you liked it! LOL!
Patrick, she is beyond beautiful! Have you started a life list for her?
Ha ha.I notice a certain scarcity of blog updates...Seems you're busy, young father?Hope all is well and running smoothly. The first few months with my son were so incredibly busy I can't believe I actually made it.Cheers and all the best!!
LOL! Yep, definitely a scarcity of updates. Things are going great!!!
That's good to know.And when things get tough, remember: it gets easier after 3 months (it really does) and others have told me that once your offspring is beyond the age of 21 years, you can really lean back and relax.
Congratulations!We have a custom in Sri Lanka, when we look at a newly born baby, we tell the farther how a certain (facial) feature is just like his. So, with that in mind, I am going to say that he has your nose!
Amila - I always find other country's customs so interesting. Thank you for that. I think he might have my nose and I know for sure that he has my head shape. It's hard to see that in this photo though. He also has my hair. By that, I mean that he has very little.
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