Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Introducing Sophia Aurora Mallory Brown

Please welcome the much anticipated Sophia Aurora Mallory Brown! She was born Sunday, April 20, 2008 at 11:44 a.m. Weighing in at 7lbs 10oz and 21 1/2 inches long. She certainly takes after her daddy with her long torso and big feet and long toes. (Aunt Meg and Aunt Julia, she'll be picking up diet coke cans with her footsies in no time!)

Here are just a few photos to whet your appetite. I'll post her birth story (the G rated version) and some other photos when I have a moment. Right now I'm just trying to stay on top of things with soooo little sleep!

Thanks for everyones calls and text messages. I hope to talk to you all soon. We love you! Kelly, Phillip, and Sophie.

Birthday


Wow!


Day 1


Day 2


Day 2: Coming Home

6 comments:

Kristin said...

Congrats!!!!

The Curtis's said...

So beautiful!!! I know you guys are so happy to have her here! Enjoy you little one and I can't wait to see more pics of her! I hope that you are able to get some rest here soon! Miss you guys!
Angela, Seth, and Nathan

Jen - said...

Finally! Congratulations. She is soooo beautiful. xoxo Jen

Robi said...

Hey Browns!!! You are one big happy family now. I found out about the good news today - I love that you've posted photos. I hope you enjoy her smooshy little baby face and tiny fingers and toes so much that you don't smell her **#&&#$* diapers! (Here they are called Nappies...the baby store in town is called Nappy World. Really. Stop laughing and get some sleep. Let your mom do the dishes!) Love bunches, Robi & Will

Anonymous said...

Yay!! Congratulations on your bundle of joy! Kelly - I'm so proud of you and the hard work you went through.
Phillip - not sure what you put on her head to bring her home, I'll have to send you a Tribe hat. :)
Can't wait to see more pictures.
*hugs*
jenn

Anonymous said...

Well done. She's beautiful.Can't wait to meet her in person. Hope you both can relax and get some rest. School will be out in a few months and Phillip will have plenty of Father/Daughter time. -Michele