Thursday, November 20, 2008

I Alway Can Use More Help...

With all the work that needs to be done around our place I can always use a couple of extra hands. That is why I'm so excited to announce that we are the proud parents of a new baby boy, Isaac Daniel! He was born Tuesday night without many problems and we are planning on going home today. My wife did a great job as always and is recovering very well ... she is a great mom.

So, now I will have another set of hands to help me with chores and follow me around the farm ... and I have to admit that I'm really looking forward to it! More to come later...

16 comments:

Steven said...

That's great!
We'll send some prayers your way that all goes well in the transition at home.

Yeoman said...

Congratulations!

Bil said...

Wonderful news! Congratulations to you and your family!

sugarcreekfarm said...

Congratulations!!

Rich said...

Congratulations!

Lisa said...

Coming out of lurkdom to send best wishes for the new addition to the work force!

Glad everyone is doing well!

Dave_Flora said...

Great news! Best wishes of continued blessings on all the members of the Book family!

John Collis said...

Congratulations!

fullfreezer said...

Congrats! Glad to hear all are doing well.

Tracy said...

Yay! Congrats!

tygab said...

Congrats on the new little one - enjoy!

BlueGate said...

Congratulations! And welcome to the world, little one. He'll be a farm boy, for sure!

Abiga/Karen said...

Congratulations and best wishes. I am enjoying reading your blog about your farm adventures. Blessings to you all!

Mike W. said...

Congratulations - what a blessing for both you and your new son! It is fantastic to hear you talking about your newborn son and how he will help you on your farm. I wonder how many fathers don't know how precious that is. Working together ... with your son ... on a farm!

Mellifera said...

Congratulations! It is really impressive how fast they get a personality and start growing up.

(We just had ours 6 weeks ago today. Yowza! She was almost born at home... not on purpose.) Best wishes to your wife on recovery- birth is some hard work.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

This is sort of timely. I've been reading your blog since the article in the register a few months back. In 2009, I'm interested in volunteering on a farm for a week or two to get an idea of what goes on on a farm. If you are interested, or know someone else in central Iowa that needs volunteers in 2009, please shoot me an email at nuriko_18 at hotmail dot com.

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