My little Hunter was born on December 13 8 lb 2 oz 20 inches long. My boys are 16 years apart so it's like I'm starting over but I've never been so happy. Having type 1 during pregnancy is so much work but I'm so thankful for my boys!

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Congratulations Heather!!! Hope that you and Hunter are doing well! How is Hunter's big brother adjusting?

Thank you Kristin! My older son Christian is loving every minute of being a big brother. He is so much help. He told everyone in school about the new baby including the staff. It was so funny when we picked him up from school and the principal and vp came running out to see the baby because Christian had told them we would have the the little guy with us. Both of them just gushed out how proud Christian was.

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