luke meets elsie

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My mom brought Luke to the hospital to meet his sister a few hours after she was born. He was all smiles and excitement. He was so proud holding her on his lap...for about 30 seconds. Then he pushed her off and jumped off the couch. He had things to explore. Our hospital was awesome and had a few "big brother" gifts for him, so he and Travis set off collecting them. He picked out a toy dog and a new firetruck. And then my mom took him home to play, because, let's face it. Hospitals and newborns are really boring when you're two.

1 comment:

  1. Having Olivia in the hospital room just stressed me out! Two year olds cannot sit still!


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