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Baby Murphy ......sorry its taken me so long!


From bump to baby Murphy!


Born 1st November 2012 20:42pm
6lb 15
Little monkey took 38 hours to get here though!!!



Cuddles with mummy


Cheeky grins!
He's 14 weeks today....where has the time gone!


P.S. I currently have some special offer prices on my digi images at 



Comments

Ardilla said…
Congrats, Helen!
Your little one is gorgeous :)
I am happy for you!!!!!
Hugs,

Ardilla
Annie said…
What beautiful pics....thanks for sharing them.
Biggest hugs,
A x
Twiglet said…
Beautiful photos Helen. I have just replied via your newsletter too. x Jo
Jill said…
Aww Helen, gorgeous photos - I am just so happy for you. What a cute little chap he looks - you are looking so well. Jill x
Thanks for sharing this wonderful journey into motherhood with us, Helen. I can imagine that whenever.you look at little Murphy you think of all the years of waiting and declare that it was all worth it to finally have this beautiful little man in your life.
Blessing hugs,
Teresa

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