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I Haven't Had Time To Knit...

I haven't knitted a stitch for a week now, and here's the reson:


Our little baby boy was finally born last Friday at 3:57 AM weighting 3825 g and measuring 51 cm in length. He's the cutest and the most adorable little guy we have ever seen and we are already completely in love with him. 

We are all doing fine over here, although we are quite exhausted after everything that has happened. The labour was quite hard on me with the contractions starting on Tuesday night. The whole ordeal took almost exactly 4 days. We got home from the hospital yesterday in the afternoon and are now trying to get used to the newest member of our little family and the routines of our new life.

I just wanted to let you know that we are the happiest and luckiest new parents of a beautiful baby boy. I'll try to write more as soon as possible.

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  1. Congratulations! Your son is beautiful. Cheers to you and your growing family.

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  2. He is so cute !
    Congratulations :-)

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  3. Congratulations! He's beautiful!

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  4. Congratulations! What a cutie!

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  5. congratulations, he is so beautiful xx

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  6. Congratulations! What a sweet picture :)

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  7. Congratulations, dear Sari! Enjoy this precious time with your family!

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  8. Amazing, he looks perfect!! Congratulations!!

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  9. Congratulations :) so sweet.

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  10. Congratulations! Wish you all the best together!

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  11. Congratulations! All the best for you and your little family!
    My niece was also born on Friday, she's even smaller than your precious boy - 49 cm and 3250 grams.

    Greetings from Austria!
    Tanja

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  12. Congratulations, he is absolutely gorgeous (and smiling!!). Knitting can wait...sleep when you can!

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  13. Congratulations!

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  14. Congratulations! Very happy for you!

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