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Our Baby

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S: Sonograms, Baby Showers, At the Hospital

FC: baby of | mine

1: 8-04-2008 | I've never felt this way before..... It's amazing something is growing inside me!

2: More of him at 21 weeks... ... ... my precious son!

3: 10-21-2008

4: Baby Shower 1-20-2009 | Britnie with Abi & Zaiden

5: Tamy Connie Me Aftan | Lisa Ale Me again Kathy

6: Guessing time...

7: "You have to sniff it Brian..." says Connie | Tamy Blas Christina

8: Let's find out... | How big am I?

10: Cute.. | This will keep me warm... but they are too small...

11: Thank you very much :) | I can use this... 'll keep my feet warm...

12: ... sweet

13: The three musketeers... este.. four. Brian Blas Tyson Zaiden

14: Thank you guyz... | ...fun night | wonderful friends...

17: Janae Kerrin Kathy | Janice Magan

18: Amelia Stacey Emily Amy Jo Cami

19: Special thanks to Kathy Pratt Aftan Lindsay Tamy Evans Janae Nilsson and Amy Jo Jones for hosting the showers for me... Your thoughtfulness are greatly appreciated.

20: 2-12-2009: 37 weeks & 4 days | I can't wait to see him...

21: At the Hospital 3-04-2009 | It was a long wait... but it was all worth it...

22: A child of God was born | 666

26: Oh So Cute!

29: Zeram, (Alma 2:22) In the Book of Mormon the name Zera, or Zeram has the suffix ending of ‘-m' which is a mimation associated with the most ancient of names, and common to Jaredite names. The ending of ‘-m' is an abbreviation for God, and makes the name a Theophoric name meaning ‘rising of God'. Henry, From the Germanic name "Haimric" and Old French "Henri" which meant "home rule," composed of the elements heim "home" and ric "power, rule." --Ruler of the Home Niemann, North German form of Neumann, from Middle Low German nie + man. From the German prefix "neu," meaning new + "mann," meaning man. --New man, settler, or newcomer.

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