December 22, 2015 was the big day for the Morris/Dendy families (along with the extended crew!). This was the day that Anistyn became a big sister and their family grew by 10 tiny toes.
As proven with past deliveries, our family always takes over 3/4 of the L&D waiting room, unintentionally.
We try to be as quiet as possible, but when you have a new baby being born sometimes the excitement is just a little too much to hold in. We tossed back and forth between the waiting room and the hall to give the other poor families a break from ourselves lol.
After others in the family finished their visit, I finally had the chance to go in the back to see Kelsie. This delivery was completely different from her last. This time around Kelsie was in her bed with her make-up on, just cruising through her contractions.
I went in to see her around 10:45am. At 11:37am Easton made is grand entry into the world! Kelsie’s labor went insanely fast to say the least!
We got word that he was here, so Robin (Mammie) told Anistyn that her baby brother was here and she is a big sister now! Anistyn said “WAIT! My baby brother is here??”
She was even more excited when her daddy came walking through the doors (we were too!).
Big sister got to go in first to meet her new baby brother and she was so excited!
Then came time for the rest of the family to meet little Easton!
There wasn’t a better sight to see that day than this.
To say we were all in love was an understatement!
The official first ‘family of 4’ portrait.
Papaw’s second great-grand!
Easton Bo Morris, 7 pounds 4.8 ounces, 19 inches long
I finally got my hands on this sweet baby in the studio at 14 days old. He was so cuddly and his big sister did such a good job with him!
And little Ani was so dang cute, I had to get one of her by herself!
Now, Anistyn and Easton’s daddy likes Star Wars just a teeny-tiny bit, so Kelsie and I played around with that idea a little:
Then we finished up the session with a few of this sweet baby by himself
“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb” Psalm 139:13
“For this child I prayed; and the LORD hath given me my petition which I asked of him.” 1 Samuel 1:27