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Natalie Jane Porter
Our daughter's very first pictures (from the hospital)
During Sara's pregnancy
It's a Girl! (ultrasound pictures)
From about 1 to 2 weeks old
About 3 to 4 weeks old
Pictures from 4-6 weeks of age
Age about 8 to 10 weeks.
Pictures taken during her 10th week of life
12-13 weeks of life
Three Months Old!! (plus Thanksgiving)
3 months +/-
Check out the family resemblance
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The youngest Porter, about 10 minutes after she was delivered!
At birth Natalie was 7 lbs. 9.2 oz, and 19-1/4 inches long.
This was taken before things really got started, about 9:30 a.m., at the time she took the first of what were to have been three "inducement" pills.
She made it through two of them, then labor proceeded remarkably quickly (only about 5-1/2 hours). Natalie was delivered about 12 days past her estimated due date, but she made up for lost time!
Mom getting acquainted with her daughter, later in the evening.
New Moms are entitled to a turkey dinner, but most parts of it benefitted the father, except for the pumpkin pie.
About midnight trying to get some sleep. We couldn't stop looking with astonishment at little Natalie during the night, so the sleep was less restful than one would have hoped.
The nurse insisted on taking this picture, as if nothing of the kind had ever happened before.
Natalie was mighty agreeable during her 18-hour hospital visit. She only "peeped" a few times and quickly calmed down hearing Mom or Dad's coaching to quiet down.
She has deep blue eyes at this point, and they seemed to move around & focus on things even at this early age.
She began breast feeding only 1/2-hour after delivery.
Sara, her father Ben and mother Judy, with the newest Smith grandchild Natalie.
We left the hospital about 3:00 on the 27th. Now we are thankfully & comfortably at home.
That's all the pictures we have published at this time. Good night for now.
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