Introducing Alfie Hugh

On Thursday 29th December 2016 our beautiful baby made his appearance into the world.

Although he kept us waiting for ten days, when he was ready to come out he didn’t mess around. My first contraction started at 3.45am and he was born at exactly 6.01am weighing 7lb 7.

I actually can’t quite believe he is here. I also cant quite believe I have a baby boy – I just never imagined I would have a boy but I honestly couldn’t be happier. I just cant stop looking at him, he is just so perfect.

His first week with us has been blissful. Of course we are not getting much sleep, I am still recovering from the labour and naturally my hormones are all over the place (I had a little cry over a box of Celebrations today). However, I am so happy that he is here, safe and sound in my arms and we can begin our journey as a family of 5.

My heart is just so full of love, I want to cherish every single moment.

Welcome to the world my lovely Alfie Hugh.

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26 thoughts on “Introducing Alfie Hugh

  1. I adore his little foot photo, he is perfect and beautiful and I am so thrilled for you!!!!! I watch my little man with his 2 big sisters and it fills my heart with such joy, I am so happy for your girls that they have their precious little brother xx

  2. Congratulations to you, he is gorgeous. Remember that it is completely normal to be hormonal and be kind to yourself 🙂

  3. Congratulations on the birth of Alfie lovely. I was the same, I still can’t believe I have a little boy sometimes! xx

  4. Congratulations my lovely. He is gorgeous and you are doing amazing. I cry over celebrations and I have not just had a baby 🙂 Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove I appreciate you doing this when you are tired xx

  5. Congratulations to you all. I’m loving his photos on your Instagram feed and of you all out and about with him. It’s completely acceptable to cry over a box of celebrations even when without a newborn 😉 but hang in there, you are doing an awesome job xx

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