Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Wordless Wednesday


This is DH holding Junior right after he was born. He looks small but he was 10 lbs 1 oz. My husband was home on R&R from Iraq and Junior was born two days after he arrived. DH returned to Iraq when Junior was 13 days old until he was just over 5 months old.


Wordless Wednesday
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12 comments:

Melody A. said...

So precious. I have two similar in that my girls were born at Lackland AFB Wilford Hall here in San Antonio.

Happened over here from WW.

Vixen said...

cute picture. love that shirt!

Anonymous said...

I thought it was supposed to be Wordless Wednesday? What's with the text?

TripleE said...

love the shirt!

Ambre said...

That is absolutely adorable! Condensed government package!!

~giggles~

Sallie said...

My husband is Marine and gone a few times now. Glad yours was home for birth! I love the t-shirt...

God bless,
Sallie
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rose_michelle said...

That shirt is adorable They have them here for BJACH babies, but I don't remember what they say or looked like since it was a friend's baby. Thanks for explaining. I know it's gotta be hard for them not to be there when they are born and then to miss so much of their little lives. My husband's biggest fear is that once we start a family he will have to deploy. For now we know he will deploy, so we're trying not prevent that, but you how it is on a military installation. I think they put something in the water.

Minnesota Momma said...

So sweet! Being a preemie mom, he looks big to me! I'm glad your DH was home for his birth.

Happy WW!

Proud wife of Sgt H said...

What a cute little bundle of joy! Glad your hubby was able to be their.

Uncle Dan said...

And my thanks to all of you people for your comments, the family loves him.

Tina K said...

I love the angle of the photo. Most people would have backed up to get all of "daddy" in every shot. Just baby and hands is so powerful.

kbug said...

What a sweet, precious picture!!! I hope you have it framed and hanging in a very special place... :)