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A New Addition


On Wednesday, April 27th, we welcomed Isabella Lillian Spendolini into the world. She was 7 lbs 7 oz and 20". Both mom and little Izzy are doing well.

All three of us have been trying to get some rest this week. Fortunately, Grandma is in town and has taken over pretty much all day to day tasks.

Comments

~M said…
Awwww She is sooo cute!! Congrats!!!
Eddie Awad said…
Congratulations!
Rama Nalam said…
Congratulations!!!
Niall said…
Congratulations. She's beautiful
Kris Rice said…
Congratulations!!
Uday said…
Beautiful little angle. Congratulations!
Aman Sharma said…
Congratulations and best wishes sir!
Anonymous said…
Congratulations Scott. She is a beautiful girl. Wish You all the best.

Denes Kubicek
Anonymous said…
Congratulations Scott. She is a beautiful girl. Wish You all the best.

Denes Kubicek
Doyle Freeman said…
Congratulations Scott
John Scott said…
Congratulations Scott (and to your wife of course!).
Colin Sheppard said…
Such a pretty one!

Congratulations! :)
Many congratulations! I think the words that best summed it up for me when our daughter was born:

"No dating till you're married."
- Oscar Proud, The Proud Family

- Mark
Phil said…
Congrats Scott, must be one of the reasons why you're posting to the ApEx forum at 3am!

Phil

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