This is my granddaughter excited to see her new baby brother for the first time. He was born in April, 2020 when siblings were not permitted to visit new arrivals in the hospital, so big sister had to wait until he came home…
This is (still) one of my favourite pictures of this granddaughter!
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What better way to celebrate Family Day than to welcome our first grandson into our family? The parents were expecting to get a phone call scheduling them for an induction, but their baby had his own plans. Our grandson arrived this morning (very) shortly after a race to the hospital in the middle of the night. I guess the baby wanted to beat the rush hour traffic LOL.
The complications I talked about in a previous post are still a factor, but hopefully under control. CHEO, (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario) where the baby has to stay for monitoring over the next few days, is next door to the hospital mom delivered at so she and my son can spend as much time as possible with their new baby.
Grandma’s coat and boots are ready at the door, just waiting for the all-clear sign to go visit!