Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Day 18: Picture Post






























I have been taking photos of Giovanni while we spend time in the box but I can't do anything with them until I head home for my visits. I finally remembered to bring the camera back for a download so here are a few pics of the G-man over the past couple of weeks. The photo with the room full of doctors is the night of his cell transplant.
































































































































































Last one is the quick shot of the train coming into the station. I know you can't tell it is the train though. I will hopefully have more time next time and use my wide angle lens.

6 comments:

Anastasia said...

He is beyond gorgeous. Hugs from me to you.

Danielle McCann Photography said...

He's so handsome, Amy!! That shot with all of the doctors made me gasp. It's beautiful and very moving... makes me feel like I'm there. *HUGS*

Drvance19 said...

I just want to hug him.

Erin Gaeng said...

What a beautiful little boy....hie eyes are just mesmerizing like your daughters! The picture of him on the hospital bed with all of the doctors around him makes my heartache. I continue to pray for you and your family- despite not knowing each other, being a mother is a similiar bond that we share. Take care of those babies and thank you for sharing your story....

Erin

HammBone said...

I want to snuggle with him! He looks so different from the other babies. I think its the lighter hair/eyebrows. Same Price family eyelashes though. He is so sweet, I love that you got so many different expression. Thinking you guys!

lifebythecreek said...

Oh, what a beautiful boy. But no mama should ever have to take pictures of their baby boy under these circumstances. I found you through MadiLu Designs, and you're right at the top of my prayer list. When my boy comes home from school today, he will be getting extra hugs... courtesy of you. Blessings, peace, hope, love and JOY.... may you find them in abundance along the way...