Wednesday, February 11, 2009

One Week Old

Happy Birthday Zachary!


Yes, the boy is one week old today. In honour of the event, I took the DLSR over; not that anyone will notice any difference in photo quality, especially in small blog shots, but one must make an effort to rise to the occasion if one possibly can. I do promise not inflict you with updates, every day for the rest of the poor child's life, but I'm sure there will still be plenty of photos in the upcoming days and years.

He's doing well; he seems to be a little easier than Nikki Dee was at this stage, but it's early days yet.

Week One Birthday

Week One Birthday

Week One Birthday

Week One Birthday

Week One Birthday

Week One Birthday

10 comments:

Pearl said...

gosh. I leave you alone for a week and you have a grandson.

congrats.

KGMom said...

I think you caught the full range of emotions for a one week old!
He is just precious.
Again, congrats--it will be great fun to see the pics as he and Nikki Dee begin to interact.

Mary said...

AC,

Beautiful photos and I never tire of seeing them. Post as many of Zach and ND as you wish. They are delightful.

Blessings,
Mary

Heather said...

What a cutie!

karla said...

Oh my goodness. Just precious. So precious.

Donna said...

These ARE Gorgeous Ac!!! There Is a difference with clarity...Wonderful photos!!hughugs

simplycol.com said...

Wonderful, wonderful photos. What a beautiful baby boy you have there! Already the time is just zipping right by. It seems to go even faster with grandchildren. My two are going on three months (too fast, too fast). I just can't seem to get enough baby time. :-)

Enjoy!

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Lovely photos. What did you do to Zack to get the "ugly face"?

My older sister just let me know; finally!!!! one of her four children is going to produce her a grandchild. She has shared mine over the years. I imagine she will be taking a plethora of pictures also.

Woman in a Window said...

Might be my imagination but the clarity of the shots is bang on, more depth, you know? Great shots.

Janet said...

Those are wonderful - my favorite is the one with the sunlight on his face.