Saturday, September 12, 2009

Boston Clark Butler Has Arrived!


Boston arrived via c-section at 1:38 today weighing 2 lbs 3 oz. He was taken straight to the NICU and will more than likely be there the next 9 weeks. Good news is he is breathing on his own! Please continue to keep him in your prayers!
Hopefully Brooklyn will get the chance to meet her new brother in the next few days.

11 comments:

Lesley said...

Such a tiny little mite! So glad he arrived safely and is holding his own. Sometimes they tire and need to go on the vent for a little while but it's great he is over 2 pounds! So cute. I hope you are recovering uneventfully :)
PS Love the name! It goes splendidly with Brooklyn :)

Sara x said...

So tiny, i am sending all my love and prayers across the miles to you all. Boston is part of a family of fighters, he will be find. Love to you all. xxx

When you have a minute could you email me your address, would love to send a card. xx

steve-o said...

While the NICU time is tough and seems to last forever, it is well worth the time to help the lad grow.

Congratulations!!!

Doris said...

Welcome to the world Boston! You have gotten the best parents ever - just wait and see ;)

Nita said...

Congratulation...Welcome Boston to wonderful family.

Nita( Anushka's mom)

Kelly said...

I'm so thankful he is doing well and praying that he continues to grow stronger! Praise God for little Boston!

Megan said...

Congratulations! I'm glad to hear he arrived safely to us all! Stay positive and strong it will be a long 9 weeks but you will be able to handle it. Love you and can't wait to meet him!

Avery said...

Boston, Aunt Carrie cant wait to meet you! Brookie bean I cant wait to see you and watch some wiggles and Kelly I cant wait to see you and give you a big hug :)

See you in a couple of hours.
XOXO

Chiot's Run said...

What a little guy! I'm glad he's doing OK. I hope all goes well for him and for mama!

Meg said...

Congrats & welcome, Boston! Keeping the whole Butler clan in my thoughts & prayers.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the world Boston! As best as you can, take it one day at a time. Boston is in the best hands as he grows and becomes stronger each and every day.

We will continue to pray and please if there is anything we can do let us know. We have lived through the NICU days and many other months in the hospital.

We love you all!
Kelly, Kevin and Owen