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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Campbell Maitland Warner



Allow me to introduce my youngest son, Campbell Maitland Warner. He was born on the 25th of July at 6:26am, weighing 3.59 kgs at a length of 52cm. Speaking of which, did anyone ever wonder at what point you stop being "long" and start being "tall"? It's a conundrum, I tell you. ;)

Anyway - Mum and Bub are doing really well, although Mum is particularly tired at this point. I just got off the phone with her, and it looks like she's going to be in for a long night.

Here are some photos - they seem to have uploaded all out of order, so these aren't in the order they were taken. However, please enjoy. :) More will come as the days go on.


















7 comments:

Nathan Zamprogno said...

Yay! I is teh 1st to leave commentz!

Nathan Zamprogno said...

Oh... and a hearty congratulations to you all from the clan Zam. Campbell is indeed a handsome child and it's such a blessing to know all has gone well. Now, here's a form for him to join the Young L...


Just kidding. ;-)

Michael said...

Well done, enjoy your enlarged family.
-Mick B.

Shanna said...

Wow guys you now have two of the most beautiful children around!
Congratulations and I am glad all are well. Looks like Jake loves being a big brother. Enjoy this special time in your family.
Love you.

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Joel Baltaks said...

Congratulations! Campbell is a very cute baby. Much happiness all round.

Sumara said...

Yay! Babyness!

I think you become "tall" rather than "long" when you start spending most of your waking hours upright rather than horizontal. :-)