Welcome little one

After much waiting and several false alarms our little man has arrived.

Max Alexander, was born on the 9th March at 7.46am.  He weighed a very healthy 8lb 3oz.  And looks just like his brothers at 13days old.

And just to show he isn’t always so cute….  He was not in the mood for pictures

I can’t believe he is 2 weeks old tomorrow.  The last few weeks have been a massive blur of broken sleep, nappies, feeding and that sweet addictive newborn smell.   For awhile my blog along with the garden will be suffering neglect, until we get night and day sorted out in the least!  

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8 thoughts on “Welcome little one

  1. Hi there! I read alot but rarely leave comments,and have been checking back to see if your little one had arrived yet.Congratulations to you and your family,what a sweet babe :0)

  2. Congratulations – I have been thinking about you, wondering when bub was coming. Well done 🙂

  3. False alarms aside (how nail-bighting are those too, LOL) but he’s so cute. Squishy, newborn baby cute! I’d be addicted to that newborn baby smell too. It’s undescribable but delightful.

    Thanks for letting us know. I knew you were expecting him in March and have been wondering how things were going.

    I love the name too. 🙂

    Lots of luv from us and we hope you get a good night’s sleep soon.

  4. Congratulations on your little boy! The new born smell is very addictive – I’ve held three in the last week which doesn’t happen very often. I just wanted to sneak out the room still holding her [they were all girls! all diff parents 🙂 ] and take her home. Best wishes to you and yours, Jacqui

  5. congrats :o)
    welcome to the world Max Alexander
    all the sleepless nights, never ending washing & no time to do anything, is all worth it when you have a tiny squishy baby to cuddle up with, what more could you ask for.

  6. Thank you all for your lovely comments. He is such a cutey, especially when he gives a smile.
    Life is starting to return to a state of order, though some days are tough.
    I am really looking forward to getting back into the garden to plant a small crop of autumn vegies.
    Again thank you – Emily

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