Baby Bryan My Grandson

Fourteen and Counting

My new grandson, number fourteen, was born yesterday, July 30th. He is Delaney’s sixth and that makes 3 boys. She named him Brian and is considering Nathaniel as the middle name. Brian weighed 8lbs. and 4 oz. and was born by emergency c-section. Everything was fine until Del’s water broke and he flipped over. So, he was breech and too long to turn.

He has a shock of soft dark brown hair, brown eyes, and a cute dimple on his right cheek. He seemed alert and intelligent. He was looking around at sounds and lights. He learned by the fifth photo to scrunch his eyes shut at the camera’s click.

Grandma Elece

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  1. How beautiful. You are so blessed. I get to play grandma with the baby of a young girl that lived with us for a while. You'll see pictures of Rory on my blog every now and then.


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