They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, so have fun reading all that is said by these pics. We are thoroughly excited to have him home so I will not waste much time writing words. By the way, the beard scratch happening in the second picture is unintentional. That thing itches as if it were made of poison oak.
Mal is on an open crib and has maintained her temperature well so far. She has 24 more hours of observation left and if she can eat well and stay warm without setbacks, she will get to meet her brother for the first time soon. If she does stumble, Grandma Judy has promised to bake her a cake with a nail file in it to bust her out of the jail... err, I mean hospital.
There have been some great Mal-staches rolling in over the past few days so I had to make today's "Mal-stache of the Day" a montage. Here is my mom, my wonderful sister Maggie, their dog Belle and my brother Mike modeling the "scrub-type Mal-stache.". This variation of 'stache is typically found in Midwestern trailer parks, Nickleback concerts and Neon Lighted Bowling Alleys. Please continue all the great support, both via Mal-staches and donations to Wolfsons's NICU. My beard will come off when my baby girl gets home. Then we can all talk about another one of my favorite Guster songs, "Two at a Time."