Sunday, August 19, 2012

Off Farm Trip

Went off farm Saturday and look who I visited.  This is Hank Stanley Gerber born one week ago and is giving his family a run for their money...  Eat's, Sleep's and Poop's and in between learning the ropes of being a human...
This is big bother Reese - such a "Helper"...  He is looking so much like his Daddy (my oldest son Nickolas) - it is amazing!!  Reese is coping with the new addition but as the saying goes "It is early days".  For those of us who have raised boys we know what is coming...
So sweet and loving - don't you think??  I have a picture of Nick  and my youngest son (Conrad) like this - it just melts your heart.  Yep, glad I had that vision because when I would catch one doing unspeakable things to the other and trust me it went both ways, I could take that photo out and remember that deep down they really do love each other. Now they are closer then ever but there was some times I really wondered if one would make it out alive.

So that was my trip off farm on Saturday - now time for all of us to take a nap...

8 comments:

caprejan said...

Congratulations to you and your family, the children are beautiful.

Fran said...

Aww so sweet! I thought only older sisters loved their baby brothers. *grins* Cause I know older sisters do NOT like their baby sisters!

Thanks for sharing your grandchildren. I hope Reece enjoys his dream catcher.
*hugs*

Tombstone Livestock said...

Congratulations, good reason for a road trip off the farm. Love the last picture.

larkspur funny farm said...

Thanks Ladies.
Fran your right - I was the youngest of three girls and girls have a different way of dealing and it is not always pretty.. I know first hand.

I heard that Reese spent quite a bit of time retelling his story of the dream catcher and what he was to do with it to all who would listen and even those who would not.

Ngo Family Farm said...

Aww, sweet boys :) Congratulations on a beautiful new addition to your family! Well worth a trip!
-Jaime

Aprons and More said...

Congrats on the newest addition! :)

larkspur funny farm said...

Thanks ladieds - I really had nothing to do with the process but I am here to help and teach what I know or can. I am not the usual Grand mother so I know that can be had but is who I am. That is all I ever want for anyone is to be who they are!!!

Bright Meadow Farms said...

They are precious