Thank you, thank you for sharing pictures of your Collen. He has so much hair, he looks like a little man. It is a privilege to have a glimpse at your sweet baby.Thank you.And, Lindsay, Ayden is remembered even while I'm feeling the joy and blessing of Collen's life. Ayden is remembered, his place as big brother, his birthright as first born to you and Jeremy, he is remembered.
Beautiful baby Collen!!! I'm sure his big brother is smiling with happiness.Love y'all - Kelley
he is such a chub already!! And so tan!! Congrats!
He's just beautiful! I pray you are doing well!
Collen is a very precious little one and adorably gorgeous too. I hope his jaundice subsides quickly and have enjoyed seeing these sweet photos of him. Thank you.
Oh my gosh Lindsay, he is such a doll. What cute pictures. I hope the jaundice is resolved soon and you can just enjoy him rather than worrying (easier said then done, I know). Thanks for the update!
My son, Ty, had to be on the billi blanket. His levels got so high, they thought he would have to be taken back to the hospital. Praise to God, his levels dropped overnight and he is a sweet, healthly 15 month (today actually) little boy. I will continue to pray for your family! Collen is a cutie, just like his brother!
oh such a sweetie! i like his dark hair. he looks very much like a Collen =)
He is just beautiful, Lindsay! I really believe he was smiling at Aiden too! :) Keep up with the nursing, I nursed all four of mine, and loved every minute of it! The first weeks are the hardest and hurt the most, but IT does get easier, I promise! Prayers rallying around you and Jeremy and Collen on his jaundice and safety and your peace of mind! :)
Awww!!!! what a cutie he is adorable.
Oh my goodness...he is ADORABLE!! You make the cutest babies :o)
He is sooooooooooo adorable! Congratulations on a perfectly, perfect baby!I am praying many blessings and much grace on you. I know Collen will grow up to be a mighty man of God!
He is SO handsome! Surely God allowed your sons to meet and Collen is seeing Ayden when he smiles...one day we'll know.I am sorry to hear about your friend Jill. Thank you for having a link to her blog...I have read it for a while now and she was(is) a remarkable woman. My husband's grandmother died of ALS and it is such a horrible disease. It makes me wonder why God would allow someone to suffer that way, but then, my small mind doesn't understand any of His much higher ways and purposes.Enjoy that sweet baby boy!
PS. I know you hardly have time, but, PLEASE give us new pictures of Collen at least twice a week! I know I'm being ridiculous, but I can't stand it! :)