Tuesday, May 03, 2011

{Miles Eric Pettingill}


Miles Eric Pettingill

May 2, 2011
12:53pm
7 pounds, 12 ounces
20 inches

Sweet as can be!

10 comments:

Andee (+ Kelly) 6:49 PM  

LOVE!!

SuburbiaMom 7:16 PM  

Congratulations!!!!

Kareena 7:27 PM  

Congratulations! Miles is a handsome name for a handsome little guy. I hope Mommy and baby are home and doing well. I hope the rest of the family is adjusting well too.

Carmen Goetschius 8:38 PM  

Welcome sweetest, tiniest boy!!!!

Rachelle 10:02 PM  

Congratulations on baby #4, he is beautiful!

Rigby Family 10:22 AM  

Congrats! Hope Mom & Babe are doing well!

Cody 1:30 PM  

Yeah! so sweet :)
-kim

Our family 8:26 PM  

He's perfect. It makes me jealous, but not jealous enough!

the Holyoaks 3:56 PM  

Congratulations! He is just beautiful! I can't wait to hear the story! I hope you're feeling well and are getting a little rest.

Nana 7:25 PM  

Congrats Pettingill family he is darling!!!

A beautiful addition to your cute family!!

I used to curl my girls hair with socks too!!!

Love you all Stevens Fam.

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