Thursday, August 31, 2006

More Noah! - Part 2


Yesterday was a pretty long day, but it was our first with Noah. When you have your baby at a "teaching" hospital, you not only get visits from lots of doctors and nurses, but you get visits from all of their students as well. We had a really good day, though. Noah slept most of the day and only cried a couple of times. It's honestly a little strange to have a baby that small. We've always seen Madeleine as our "baby", but that changed in an instant when she came to visit yesterday. SHE'S HUGE! Neither of us realized how big she had gotten until we saw her next to Noah. She was pretty good with him, though.

Today we go home. We will be discharged this afternoon and will spend our first evening at home as a whole family. That's pretty cool. Here's a rare picture with his eyes open:

If you would like to see more pictures of Noah, you can eventually go to this website:

When you get there, it will ask you to enter some information. The last name is Cerneka, the state is Missouri, and the date is August 29. They told us yesterday that it would be up within 24 hours. That was at noon, so there were still a few hours left as of this blog posting.

Thanks for all your prayers and support. Erin, I, and our family are truly blessed to be surrounded by so many great family members and friends.



  1. Blah blah blah, new baby, blah blah, cute pictures, blah blah blah...

    Let's get back to the Keytars!

    Um, just kidding. : )

  2. That kid looks like a Cubs fan if I've ever seen one. We have a rotation spot open, how's his slider?

  3. His slider is too good for you and your teams futility. I would rather see him pitch for a team that has won recently (in the last 98 years) like Pittsburgh, Baltimore, or Florida

  4. I thought you guys would have filters up to block such foul words as Cubs - gringe-

    Great come back Daddy!!