It is official – we now how more grandchildren than children! The newborn pictures that I am about to show are pictures of our eleventh (11th) grandchild and he is a handsome hunk!
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Kendall, not only gave us more grandchildren than children, he also broke the tie between grandsons and granddaughters – making it 6 grandsons and 5 granddaughters. You can see photos of the last granddaughter born here.
He had NO idea what he was coming into!
Bear with me while I show you some of the many newborn pictures. Like most newborns, he was hungry and found his hand very quickly.
Weighing in at 9 lbs 8 oz and 22 inches long, he is definitely not going to be in newborn clothes for long!
I just love newborn feet especially when they are just peaking out of a blanket. They are a complete foot in miniature – although his are pretty big. Just look at those cute little piggies!
Kendall’s dad, Silas, is our fourth child and is part of the family vineyard business. His mother, Victoria, is responsible for much of the beautiful design work you enjoy in the printables.
Kendall has a big brother who suddenly seems MUCH bigger – Harrison.
We had the privilege of keeping Harrison while Kendall made his entrance and what a joy! Here is a photo taken when he was one year old and he is now eighteen months old.
Of course, we all had to go to the hospital to welcome Kendall into the family the evening of his birth. Everyone was able to hold him – and we did!
Harrison was a bit unsure – I think he knew his world had changed forever!
With the birth of each of our 10 children and now with the grandchildren, I am reminded of Psalm 139:13:
For You formed my inward parts;
You wove me in my mother’s womb.
Each child is such a miracle and so precious – aren’t they?
Leave a comment and let me know how many children or grandchildren you have – do they live close by?