Rodrick & Jeanette's Baby News!

written by

Edwin Shank

posted on

May 16, 2024

Good morning Family Cow Family!

There's no food news today... just a few pictures to introduce the littlest Shank.

Dawn and I are delighted to welcome our newest grandson, Leo René Shank! He's the second son, fourth child in Rodrick and Jeanette's family. He arrived safely Sunday morning, April 28th.

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This picture was actually on his first day in this world. I have no idea how Rodrick and Jeanette caught a tiny smile on his first day... It looks like Leo feels pretty pleased with where he landed in life! LOL!

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Jeanette and the baby both seem to be doing very well!
 

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Rodrick with the baby while Sofia gives precious Leo one of many kisses for the day! :)

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Big brother Andre and sisters Clara and Sofia getting their first precious moments with their newborn brother! Sofia is two and she looks a little sober as she sizes up this tiny usurper claiming her spot as the baby of the family. :)

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I guess Dawn & I are now Grandparents for the 13th time! Lil’ Leo makes the 6th grandson and there are 7 granddaughters. I'm joking with the couples that we want another boy next to make a perfect 7 boy/girl balance. Of course, it's all in fun and we'd be thrilled with either... but let's just say this: If God gives us a perfect 7 balance... there just may be a good many photos taken! 😊 

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One last cute picture to close on... Grandma always needs her cuddle time too! :)

Blessings,

Grandpa Edwin

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