Thanks for the warm welcome!
Your boy is SO cute!!
My daughter was born under the same circumstances. I was septic though. She was a 36 weeker. 3lbs 2 oz, 16 inches long. In the NICU for a month.
But you'd never know it now. Her attitude makes up for her TINY stature!
Nice to meet you...check out my FB page too!! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/SmookieStyle-Products-Reviews/129704407070036
Your blog pics are adorable! Thanks for welcoming me to the club. I loved being pregnant too--which is why I agreed to be my sister's surrogate and am now starting a blog about it! Hope you'll check it out!
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