maternal instincts

I used to trust them, maternal instincts I mean. Turns out that this time they were wrong.
A (healthy!) baby boy will be joining the Duffey/Baird household sometime on or around October 31st.

A baby boy. A boy.

Someday he’ll be terribly embarrassed that I shared this.

His face is a little fuzzy because we’re looking down through placenta. The curly-cue is the umbilical cord; 6-o’clock is the sole of his right foot.

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11 thoughts on “maternal instincts

  1. The lifelong social experiment on the differences between boys and girls ;). I’m so happy for you guys. Congratulations.

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    1. Thanks Lisa. Any tips on raising a little boy? (You guys have a pretty awesome one). Think Tierney and Ashlyn have any advice to share with Eleanor?

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  2. He looks pretty comfortable in there! Is it just me, or does he already look like he’s thinking of ways to tease his big sis?

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    1. If he’s anything like his uncle (which I know sounds strange, but I just mean to refer to the similarities between Aaron as little brother and me as big sister) then the answer is yes!

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  3. Wow, when the pictures are that clear it really brings home there is a real person in there! I think the key work in your blog is healthy!! Yahoo he is off to a great start. Love you Mom

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  4. We’re thrilled that a healthy baby boy is on the way! I love my boys andthey were pretty easy to raise…….most of the time!
    So happy for all of you!!

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