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Burke: 1 Week Old

Thing have been going well around here. Slowly getting rid of Burke's jaundice and he is finally putting on weight. As of last Friday he was back to his birth weight of 5lbs. 13oz. but he should have been heavier. I was a little stressed out over the weekend and the first part of this week trying to get him to eat eat eat. We went in yesterday and he is up to 6lbs. 3oz. I was so proud of him. He has been sleeping great and is such a good little baby. We feel so blessed to have him. Below are some pictures I took last week. Hope you all have a blessed weekend.

- Sarah


  1. Your little guy is absolutely gorgeous! And, you look amazing too! I love the picture where he is touching your tattoo--just beautiful! Congratulations!

  2. He is so beautiful! Congratulations. =)

  3. So tiny and so perfect!! Congrats on such a handsome little man:))

  4. Hi Sarah!!! Congratulations!! I had chills as I looked back at your posts from Burke's birth. What a blessing. I am so happy for you guys!


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