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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

A Different Kind of Travel

LukeMy newest family member, Luke being held by his Aunt. A different type of travel for sure. We traveled to the hospital to visit our newest family member. Isn't he a cutie! And his aunt, so proud. The pretty mint green and turquoise blue blanket on her lap is a work in progress (WIP for my knitting, crocheting, and crafty friends). It's a tie, no sew blanket. I got her a kit for Christmas and she's elected to make a baby blanket with it. The colors remind me of my very favorite prom dress ....way back in the day. Oh how I wish I had a picture of it. Will have to look through old pictures and see if I do.
Luke and HubbyHubby here holding sweet little Luke. Welcome to the family Luke. Notice his Buckeye Cap? lol Born a Buckeye for sure! Traveling to hospital do present different types of travel. Will be heading out shortly to travel yet again to another hospital. Though this time it won't be so pleasant. We're heading to Urbana, my 91 year old Aunt has fallen again and is having emergency hip surgery. Hip fractures are never good.
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7 comments:

  1. Congratulations! What a cutie!

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  2. Of course you know I loved the picture. Alexa (Luke's cousin!) told me she was making the blanket that you (Lukes aunt! LOL) had given her material for....I love the colors!!!!!

    You are too funny!!! I told Chuck I would go to back over to the kids today but he said you were okay with going. Thank you so much. Call me and let me know how things go. You're right, hip fractures are never good....especially at that age!

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  3. How adorable! Congratulations!

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  4. Congratulations~How wonderful...many blessings, Catherine

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  5. congratulations! I know the feeling..
    Love your family :)

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  6. WOW! Welcome to the world, Luke! :D

    Congratulations! :D

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