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Burke's first time to hold Winnie

When we got home from the hospital Burke was so sick.  He was so snotty and after taking him to the doctor we found out he had an ear infection.   The doctor didn't think it was safe for Boo to be around Winnie until he cleared up a bit.  We were dying for him to meet his new sis and all we could do is let him look at her from a far.  He seemed okay with it.  All he wanted to do was be around us and everyone that was stopping by.  Finally the day came when he was all well and we asked him if he wanted to hold Winnie.  Truthfully I thought he would say no but I was wrong.  He was so excited.  We told him to crawl up on the bed and sit really still.  We scrunched the pillows around and placed her in his arms.  I could cry just typing this right now.  What a precious moment!  He was so proud and you could tell so in love.  He looked at us with his sweet little face and I captured a beautiful innocent picture of the two of them.  I couldn't believe it they were BOTH looking right at the camera.  AMAZING!!!!!!  Burke loves kissing on her head and looking at her hands and feet.  It was a special moment for all of us.

- Sarah


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