Thursday, August 14, 2008

PhotoStory Friday: Expanding Family

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek


MetaBoy has an announcement to make.

Drrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrumroll, please.



MetaBoy has a brand spanking new baby sister, MetaGirl, for whom he has vowed to look after and protect as much as any two year old can. He's promised to try to be "gentle" and "quiet"...within reason. And seems to even empathize with her pain, as he's been known to cry if he hears her crying.

MetaGirl, for her part, does what she can to keep herself pacified.



She's found and lost her thumb several times. When not seeking out such comforts, she's either nursing, sleeping, hiccuping, or intensely staring at one of her new family member.

All in all, we're all happy, if a little tired...

11 comments:

Chris Osborne said...

Yay for new babies. Yay for the older kids who think it's cool.

Cecily R said...

CONGRATULATIONS to you ALL.

The shots are WONDERFUL. What beautiful children you made!

beth said...

She is just adorable.

Congratulations!

MamaGeek said...

YAY!

She is BEAUTIFUL! I am so stinking excited for you all. And the drumroll shot. PERFECT. I can't wait to hear more on how he's reacting to the addition and how, of course, YOU are doing!

SINCERE CONGRATS my friend.

Mamarazzi said...

oooh she is precious and he is darling!

congrats on TWO beautiful blessings!

GREAT PSF!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Awwww congratulations! She looks very sweet sucking her thumb.

Peter Dyrholm said...

Congratulation :-)

That is indeed great news.
Great to hear that metaboy is already sticking up for metagirl.

CrackerJacks said...

Oh such adorable pics! Congratulations!

Robyn said...

Congrats, she is beautiful. I can almost smell her baby smell. I'm glad Meta boy is excited.

Ryanne said...

It takes a super hero toddler to take care of baby sister! My son tries to be the big helper all the time. I love to watch how they deal with the arrival of a new one. Your little ones are so precious. Thanks for sharing!

Chief Family Officer said...

Congratulations! I hope you're managing to get some sleep :)