Saturday, June 9, 2007

"To sleep, perchance to dream..."







Focus, of course, not that of Shakespeare... or the meaning behind Hamlet's famous soliloquy. I merely wonder what my dear boy dreams of.





9 comments:

KMcCune90 said...

That is TOO CUTE!!! I too wonder what they dream about. Happy things I hope :) Thanks for sharing.
Kim and Miss T

Jessica said...

Awwwwww, too cute!

Mom to Rhett said...

Oh I could just watch that boy for hours. How precious he is. I am thinking of you my sweet friend....

~Melissa~ said...

How incredibly sweet!

Shannon said...

I just want to squeeze him - he is so darn cute!

LauraQ said...

Oh Michelle, he is just TOO precious! Thanks for sharing him with us!

amy flege said...

oh i just want to lay on that couch next to him and snuggle him.. so sweet!

jotcr2 said...

Looks like someone is very comfy.

S. said...

So sweet! he is precious!

I am going to be bad and comment on some other posts too...

So sorry you couldn't go to the wedding, that must have been tough to miss! Your daughter looked beautiful.

Also, I am sure you know this, but most 28-weekers do really well these days (obviously you wouldn't choose that, but it was always comforting to me to know). My M. was a 32-weeker and she only spent 1 week in the hospital, and did fantastic. She caught up very quickly, and is now a healthy, smart, tall 6 yr. old. L. was a 33-weeker, and if not for T21, he wouldn't have had any issues either. I did have steroids for their lungs. I think the key for your situation is if they decided to give you the steroid shots, when to do it, because you can only have 1 round, and you wouldn't want them too early.

Anyway, I will pray that you get a healthy full-term baby to take home with you, I know how stressful a hr pg. can be!