Friday, May 27, 2011

Daniel Edward Kinghorn arrived April 19th

I can't believe how behind we are in blogging. Daniel is over a month old and we still haven't put pictures up on here. I don't have time for a slideshow, so I'll just put a few up here right in the blog.


He was born at 10:02 PM and weighed 8 lbs 7 oz and was 21 inches long.


The other kids were excited to meet their baby brother and Ellie and Mikey were equally excited about the cups of water the nurses brought them.


Ellie and Mikey both moved to the back seat of the van to make room for their baby brother to come home.

A big thank you to Grandma Kinghorn who came out to help with the other children and to Grandpa Kinghorn, Nana and Poppy who came up to see their newest grandson.

Great Grandma and Grandpa Rackham and Uncle Jordan and Aunt Cindy and Aunt Jenna came for Daniel's blessing too. We're so glad they all could make it.

Exciting times will continue with the Kinghorn Clan!

5 comments:

Mrs. Bushey said...

He's very cute! And great family photos...all the kids look so happy!

My LO looks so small in comparison to Daniel, it's amazing how just a lb and a half can make such a difference in babies.

Cassie said...

Congrats!

michael said...

congratulations to all of you and a big loving welcome to young daniel,he has just entered a very loving family .my name is michael byrne and my mother is a kinghorn ,and we live in dublin ireland ,we wish you all the best

michael said...

congratulations to all of you on the birth of young daniel,he has joined a loving family,my name is michael byrne and my mother is a kinghorn and lives in dublin ireland ,my grandfather and great grandfather were both called edward kinghorn

Brian said...

Always nice to connect with other Kinghorns Michael. My father and great grandfather have the name Edward William Kinghorn. I guess it is a popular Kinghorn name. Our Kinghorn family left Scotland in the late 1800's with the Mormon pioneers and settled in Utah and Idaho in the U.S. Did your Kinghorn family end up in Ireland from Scotland?