Tuesday, December 14, 2010

It's a Boy!

Last Tuesday, our new son was born, quickly.
Even though I was waiting and waiting, when the time came, he didn't hesitate.
He just came exactly when he wanted to.

Everyone was incredibly happy to meet him, especially his big sister, who for the last few weeks has been saying, "I want a brother."
Sam was ready to share his lovey (Blue Bear) right away, although since this picture, he hasn't relinquished it again.
The biggest brother loves to hold the littlest one, and he has the rocking motion down pat.
There are four children in our family now...and it's noisy and chaotic and crazy and fun.
Solomon Levi is his name.
It's a big name for such a little person, but I think he will grow into it.
Our little Solly.
I can't wait to get to know him better.


Leah Weiss Caruso said...

Delish! A gorgeous family - many brachos and much naches!!

Amy said...

Mazel tov! May his life be long and filled with love, joy, friends, Torah and learning.

Mark said...

Mazal Tov!!!!!

Elle said...

he's beautiful!

Robin said...

He's scrumptious! You have a beautiful family Phyllis, and most importantly one full of love, it shines through in every photo.

Mazal tov, and welcome to the world little Solly!

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Rivster said...

What a yummy family. Solly is so lucky to have such great sibs!

May we be strengthened by him.

PS Love how he is already on the masthead!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! Mazel Tov!

Elyse said...

Mazel tov! So excited for all of you.

Anonymous said...

Mazal tov! There is so much joy in your photos! Every child should come into the world so loved. Hope you are having a wonderful time settling in as a family of six.

Anonymous said...

Your newborn son is very cute!
I had three brothers too (all younger) and when my mom was pregnant with the last one I too wanted a brother. Yael knows where her interests lie. :-)

Jennifer in MamaLand said...

Look at that perfect little punim!!!
You should enjoy much nachas from them ALL.

Hasya Ya'ara said...

Mazal Tov!