He sure is smiley isn't he? Precious family you are....happy thanksgiving my friend!
Aw, i love the photos especially the photo where Ben is reading to baby. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!
Fantastic photos! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
He is so beautiful!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
You have such a beautiful family! Happy Thanksgiving!
My Dear Girl, What a beautiful family. Thank you for sharing so much of your life with me/us. I have many favorite pictures. A couple of them are Ben reading to Cruz, and Cruz holding his finger...precious. Cruz looks to be hanging on every word his daddy is saying. I love you and am grateful for being a part of your life.Marion
Hi! I have been a reader of your blog for way too long! I do not even remember how I came across it.I just wanted to say that I am SO SO HAPPY for you and Ben, you two have gone trough so much (and still are) but slowly but surely things are getting better.so a huge congratulations is in order!Lots of love all the way from Uruguay!Dani :)ps: can not wait for more photos!
So precious! Especially love the one with Ben reading to him. He looks like he is paying close attention. Happy Thanksgiving :)
Thank you for sharing your pictures! Your family is beautiful - Ben has such contentment in his expression, it is awesome!
Oh my goodness, he is such a perfect little human! Ben looks like he's in pure bliss in those pics:) You look beautiful as always and I can't even imagine how busy and exhausting taking care of your little family must be...but so rewarding too.
Hi Katie! My name is Taryn and I met you at the VA hospital in Palo Alto. You and Ben were in the room next to ours. I was there with my husband Mike who had viral encephalitis of the brain. We didn't have much interaction and I regret I didn't get to know you all better, but I will never forget your kindness. You first introduced yourself to me the day we arrived and I was alone in the room crying. Mike had been battling this virus for over a month and it was the first time I had been alone with my thoughts. I was sleep deprived, scared, vulnerable...basically physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually exhausted (feelings unfortunately that were not uncommon in that hospital). You poked your head into my room and asked if I was ok, offered yourself as someone I could talk to, then left with a warm smile. That seemingly small gesture meant so much to me. I was feeling so alone and it was nice to know someone else could relate to what was going on inside me.Fast forward almost 5 years later and I find a piece of paper while decluttering the house with your information on it including this website. When the first thing I saw was your beautiful baby boy I instantly started to cry tears of joy. To see how far you all have come made me indescribably happy. I don't know you well at all, but I can confidently tell you how amazing of a person you are. You have selflessly gone above and beyond for your family. I looked up to and prayed for your level of strength. I just thought you should know that. On a side note my husband Mike has made almost a full recovery. He still has some issues with short term memory, but that's why God gave me a photographic one :) He has since been deployed to Afghanistan, gotten out of the Air Force, accepted a job with American Airlines, and welcomed our first baby girl in May!I wish you and your family the best!With love,Taryn Thompsontaryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
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