Sunday, April 15, 2007

15 April 2007 (2nd post)



Wheew I am not used to being up in the middle of the night, a sure sign of old age LOL.


Here are a few of Sonny's baby's first official photos. The stall that they are in is pretty dingy and I used my 100mm 2.8 lens and no flash so didnt get any full shots of him yet. It is bitterly cold but they say it will warm up into the 40s later which I hope it does, only thing is it will be windy. If it does and dries up a bit because all the snow is now melting and leaving a mushy muddy mess, I will take him and Mom out for a walk later but I dont want to take his blanket off so I will probably only get the opportunity to do that tomorrow when the weather is expected to improve. So in the meantime these are the only pics I have of him. He is a doll and so friendly.


Have a great Sunday all.


Lori

8 comments:

Julie Blair said...

Lori: I know I posted at IHPA but I had to check in here too! He is so adorable and seems to have settled in quickly. Hey, getting born wears a fellow out!

Hope you get some rest today too!
Stay warm.

talj said...

Oh how beautiful!!! He's lovely Lori! I hope the weather warms up for you all very soon! :o) {{HUGS}} xx

CG said...

He's so beautiful!! I wish I could visit him.

I'm wishing better weather your way!!!

{{{HUGS}}}

Anna said...

What a cute baby boy! :) I am sure that you are beside yourself with joy...

Get warm!

John Roberts said...

Congratulations! I can't wait to see the pictures of him when he gets a chance to go out side to play.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow. What a cruel world to arrive in a place where the wind roars and the air is cold. He sure is a cutie pie. I like horses and smiled all the time I looked. I bet mom is proud. ANd you too.

L said...

Awww, how cute! Congrats :-D

Rising Rainbow said...

I love the pics of him in his little blankey! Newborns are so darn cute. That's what gets me into trouble, I just love those babies. Glad to hear it was an easy birth.

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