Saturday, November 1, 2008

More photos of Brynn & Family

If you look closely, you can see her little blonde eyelashes against the mask and all her blonde hair.  She is a tow head all the way!
Brynn holding Daddy's finger

Matt and his parents, Jesse and Diane.  I'm upset I didn't get a picture of my mother, Lynda, when she was here!  Oh yes, and the blue lights are for jaundice, although she shouldn't need them for too much longer.
 
Our First Family Photo
Matt and Natalie, proud parents of our little fighter, Brynn

6 comments:

Gary and Joanne said...

Thanks for the sweet pictures. She is just so amazingly little. So glad Diane and Jesse are there with you and we LOVE reading about her progress.
Gary and Joanne

Nate said...

Hey guys! I'm so glad to hear that she's doing well!

Alida Bowles said...

Love the pictures! I am so glad she is doing so well! :)

Nelsonranch said...

Hey Natalie- Wow! I sure feel for you and understand all that you are going through. I am sorry we haven't kept up with each other, I didn't know you were expecting and then I saw on Facebook the pictures of your wee one. I had to check out your blog. Brynn is so precious. I am so glad she is doing well. She is one tough cookie and your faith is so inspiring. My boys were in the NICU for 10 weeks being 29 weekers. Reading your blog brings back soo many memories. I am glad you have so much support and such great medical care. I know Jesus Christ is the reason I made it through that trying time. Love ya and I will remember you in my prayers.
Rach

John, Susan & Tyler said...

Hi Natalie,
Brynn is beautiful and her coloring is unbelievably good. That good mother's love and milk work miracles. Thank you so much for sharing your very personal and private experiences with all of us. What an eloquent writer you are, Natalie. Add writing to your long list of amazing abilities, ie, artist, horsewoman, teacher, and now mother. I love you, Natalie and the beautiful thoughts and perspectives you have shared with us through this challenging and painful time for you and your amazing family have taught me so much. Let us know when we can come see you. Our prayers are with you and Matt and Brynn constantly. Take care this week and keep those phenomenal blogs coming...Susan Epperson

Langholf Family said...

Natalie,
Congratulations on your precious miracle. Your sweet family are in our prayers. I love you so much and am so inspired by your great faith. Heavenly Father knew you and Matt were strong enough to handle such an amazing little spirit!