Dang he is a cutie pie!!! I think I may require you to post more pictures on your blog or Facebook. Please and thank you!
Oh why can't blog posts be scratch and sniff!!I love him.I miss him.
Oh man, this is just torture. I am about to put on my running shoes and head straight for Virginia.
What a handsome little guy.
Hahaha, Susan's comment... Katie!!! You need to post more pictures of this handsome man!!! I could eat him.
AHHH! What a sweet dude!You make some cute babies, Miss Katie!jj
ADORABLE!! I second the "more blog posts" =) Congrats!!
Is he going to have dark Hair? He is ADORABLE. If you ever want a babysitter I will work for free if you pay for the flights.
Add mine to the jar I'm in! Hook, line, and sinker!
Oh my goodness, he is adorable! That smile melts me!
I would like to request that this be followed up with a photo entitled "10 weeks and 1 day", and then "10 weeks and 2 days", and so forth. That is all.
Is it June yet?! I can't wait to play baby swap. What a ham! (what's worse, spaghetti or ham?)
Nothing can be more endearing than a baby boy or girl.He is already a handsome one. Congrats again to Mom and Dad.
By the looks of him, this one thinks he's a Foutz, through and through! Patrice and I think he looks amazingly like Jane's kids. How adorable! Give him plenty of hugs and kisses for me. BTW, I'm on middle of the night baby duty here in Glendale with another of our little angels.
Completely adorable, Katie. All of your children are! :)
What a cutie! I can't believe he's already 10 weeks old! Love that picture!
Oh my cute! I think he looks like a Foutz too. This picture reminds me of a baby picture you had of one of your nephews.
Just TOO adorable, Katie!
He's happy because he's with his cute mommy!
AHHHHHH!!!! Squeeze that beautiful, handsome, future son-in-law of mine right now!
What a cutie! I can't even stand it I just want to kiss him! I need to have you over so I can snuggle your baby! Lets hang out soon!!
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