This was his first real encounter with Rozzi. Samson has seemed mostly indifferent to him. But the first week with him home the poor dogs seemed pretty depressed. We boxed them out of our small living area and didn't pay a whole lot of attention to them. Kind of a rough adjustment for them for sure. It's getting better I think. It will be much better when it warms up and we all can get outside.
This is his first naked picture where he actually was happy.
First time in a moby wrap. Super gross picture of me but he looks cute. I think he really likes it but I think it's a huge pain to put on. Not at all as easy as they make it look on the online video's. I need to practice a little more I think.
We took him to the doctor at one week. They said they like to see babies BACK to their birth weight by two weeks. He weighed 7lbs 1oz when he was born. At one week he was 7lbs 15oz. Guess he's getting plenty of milk :) I bet he turns out to be a chunk! His cheeks are already getting much chubbier! His pediatrician is Mark Olson. Tanner has golfed with him a few times and he and I both really like him. His brother works in the ER occasionally as well and they just are both great. So we were pretty happy when he was taking new patients and said he'd be happy to be Harvey's doctor.
First exposure to some gaming. Mexican Train. One of Tanner's fav's...especially...or probably...because he always wins.
First time getting changed by dad. He peed on him. It was funny because he started peeing and Tanner didn't realize it at first and when he did he jumped to the side pretty fast.
And then, just because I can, here are a very small percentage of some of the MANY pics we have taken over the last 17 days. I can shamelessly post as many as I want on this blog I think :)
I have to say that this moment was really special for me. He was only a few days old and I was holding him just like that and he was just staring up at me for 30 minutes or more. Just so content and perfect. We just looked at each other and my heart felt like it might burst with happiness.