Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Daughter is Born

We had a surprise arrive on Thursday night, around 6:02 in the post meridian.  Say hello to my baby.  Avonlea Brynn Stewart.  4lb9oz.  17.25" long.  Expect it to be quiet here at Rememorandom for a bit.  There's a slideshow below, and a direct link if you wanna see some beautiful pictures.


10 comments:

David Wagner said...

I could not possibly be more happy for you, friend. Unbelievable. Congrats to you and your wife. If you'll pardon how corny this sounds, babies are the greatest treasure and the greatest miracle.

contemplatrix said...

congratulations to you both! how completely fantastic!!!

~L

Anonymous said...

She sure looks feisty for a 4 lb. baby! Beautiful! I have four and it's been the highlight of my life.

Congratulations,

Beth A. from Dave Wagner's Blog

Abbie Josephsen said...

Congratulations Logan! how precious :) Have a wonderful time with your sweet new baby!

ibeeeg said...

Congrats Logan! How are Keisha and Avonlea doing? Keisha's pre-eclampsia worsen? I am thinking that is what she had with the high blood pressures and bed rest (if I am remembering correctly).

Fantastic photos; love the one with you holding the stats card. The photo with the doll is very cool. You guys should take a monthly photo of Avonlea with that doll. It is very neat to see the growth that way.
Take care and hope a few hours of sleep are obtained.

logankstewart said...

Thank you all very much! We're getting along well and learning what it means to be parents... Fun stuff. Blessed stuff.

Crystal said...

Congrats Logan and Keisha!!!!

Shellie - Layers of Thought said...

I did not know you all had a baby on the way.

Congrats Logan!!!!!

Carl V. said...

Already the proud poppa, I see! And very deservedly so. Beautiful! Congrats to you both. So very excited to see the beginning of this journey and will be fun to hear of the wonders and woes of raising your little girl. And as I've told you, her name is just perfect!

logankstewart said...

Thanks Crystal, Shellie, and Carl! Proud indeed, I am.