Monday, June 9, 2008

bath time!

I love my little crocodile!









Playing in his bouncy chair!

8 comments:

RyanAndrew2007 said...

How adorable. He is just too cute!

Julie

Kyra Newberry said...

Coy is so adorable!! I have been following your blog for a while, and love reading about little Coy. I was a NICU nurse for 10 years and have twins that were 29 weeks. Both my boys were on oxygen and monitors for 5 months at home...it is hard. You are doing super!!! I noticed his cute little cloth diaper. I used cloth on my little girl 5 years ago and LOVED it. Thanks for sharing his life! He is a miracle!
Kyra (in Muleshoe, TX)

amy <> said...

Coy is so darn cute!! :) What cloth diapers are you using? I have TWO on the way and am doing my research! :) What a miracle baby-- I keep thanking the Lord!!
Amy

Farrell Fam said...

So cute! Keep posting the pics! I look forward to them!

Ash

Reyne said...

Coy is a little doll! It looks like he is not on oxygen anymore - is that permanent or was it just off for the pictures? Anyway, he looks absolutely perfect and very happy. God has truly blessed your family and has brought him so far since December! Please keep posting pictures - I love looking at them. There is nothing cuter than a happy baby!!
Love,
Reyne

Vicki Willis said...

Great pix as usual! Such a cutie pie. And, Chris, congrats on your Owls making it to the World Series again! See you soon. Love, Vicki

Heather's Place said...

e is such a little miracle! Thank you for always sharing his pictures with us- someday I will meet y'all. I do Kathy's hair & she had Ryder with her the last time- they are going to be so cute growing up so close, cousins are the best of friends. What a blessing. I also wanted to thank you for sharing other blogs & websights I have been watching & praying as Katherine Wolfe's family is seeing their miracle unfold as well.Have another great day! Thanks again for sharing.

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous baby boy! Oh so sweet and precious...what a blessing. Enjoy him! Praise God for such miracles as Coy...
Love,
Sylvia