28 Weeks: Saturday Snapshots

Welcome to the family, Heartbeat Bear! He needs a name. Any suggestions?

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And thanks to Susan for sending these teeeeeeny little diaper covers!

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So little!!

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20 thoughts on “28 Weeks: Saturday Snapshots”

  1. cutie diapers!!!!

    how about “ka-thump” for heart beat bear. 🙂 Kinda goes with Kanz. Kanz and Ka-thump.

  2. I was just putting away some of P’s stuff that she’s grown out of and I can’t get over how teeny tiny the newborn clothes are! Can’t wait to see these on your little one!

  3. I think the bear needs a name that goes well with his brothers’ names. Masculine and ‘traditional’, but not necessarily traditional as first names. Maybe something that celebrates your new Virginia home.
    Bocker, Beaker, Churton and… Frederick? Roanoke? Winchester?

      1. Yes. I agree. The name needs history, so he feels rooted in the place where he lives. Either that, or you could name him after a famous heart surgeon.

        1. How about Barnard the Bear? After Christiaan Barnard, the heart surgeon who did the first successful heart transplant in Cape Town, South Africa in 1967?

    1. Oh that’s true too. As the one who originally suggested Baker for the baby, I like that.

      Baker Jefferson Roanoke Younger Monson

      1. I like that one too!! Very fitting since Nate is the sponge and dough monkey and I am from Roanoke!! Moms are so smart!

  4. Oh My !!! you are looking like a real little Mumma now, the time will go soooo fast, hope you keep well and enjoy the rest of the “adventure”

    I have just found a great range of toys for the thinking Mom, these will not be a 5 minute wonder.
    Check out Manzanita kids, they are a small family toy company in Seattle who use natural wood and make awesome toys that are multi pupose and pull down to flatpack for storage…beautifully made and will last being handed down.

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