Thursday, December 31, 2015

Happy New Year's Eve

We got to meet Ethan  person.... 
Yes, he is one sweet snuggle......
We went back home to relieve other grandma who watched Will so we could go to the hospital.
We packed up Will, his meds, bedding and loveys and drove to our house.
The doctors all agree, he needs to stay away from new brother until he gets the fever under control.
The antibiotics should help with that.  What a good adventure to mark Ethan's arrival!
I added to the hand spun sock while riding to the hospital.  There wasn't any other knitting time because of the miserable 3yo on my lap!
Hoping he will bounce back to his cheerful self soon!



10 comments:

  1. What a bundle of New Year joy!!!!! Speedy recovery to the other little one. That has to be so hard on the poor little thing....

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  2. Congratulations on your new grandson! No better way to bring in the New Year!!

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  3. Sorry to hear Will isn't feeling well. Hope he is on the mend soon.

    Welcome to the world little Ethan. You picked a great family!!!

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  4. mama will need extra help. How lucky she is to have yoU!

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  5. Wish I could be there to help -- get some extra snuggles for me! <3

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  6. How wonderful. Congrats to the family and best wishes for big brother!

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  7. you've got a lovely new christmas present there - congratulations! and hopefully poor Will is going to be better soon, grandma's snuggles might help?:) happy new year and all the best to you all from ireland!

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  8. Congratulations on the new grandson! Just catching up on what you've been doing and boy, you've been busy with family and lots of nice projects too. Happy New Year!!!

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  9. That sock looks lovely.

    My Older Grandson started school today (4 Feb) so there are mixed emotions all around -- he was tired but very happy. The adults are sad that the baby years are behind us but looking forward to what comes next!

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