Monday, October 12, 2009

Not Just a Bottle

Little Cameron knows his stuff.

Recently someone was helping the nannies feed the upstairs babies, and they picked up a bottle to give to Cameron. He turned his head away and refused to take it. She persisted, moving him around to face her, and pushing the tip of the bottle into his mouth. Again, Cameron wriggled away from the bottle, becoming a bit more fussy with his resistance.

About that time, his nanny walked into the room and noticed that the volunteer mistakenly had another child's bottle. She switched them out, and Cameron happily ate his fill.

We recently found out that in just a few weeks, Cameron will be leaving with his new adoptive family! We're so thrilled with this news, and we're already planning to send the beloved bottle along.


  1. So cute. Guess the boy knows his bottle when he sees it! LOL!! ;o) Love his smile!!

  2. Smart cookie!! My heart overflows and I am so thankful once again for what ya'll do. New Day provided my youngest son with formula the first year of his life. You sustained his life. Literally.
    May the Lord continue to bless the work of your hands.
    Cameron is a doll and I'm sure will be adored by his waiting family!

  3. That is so wonderful that he loves his bottle and knows it from all the others. I wonder if it's really all that remarkably different from the others ... and yet to him it is! And it is HIS. I hope that he bonds to his forever family in that way too knowing that they are HIS and only his, chosen and perfect in every way. What a sweetie.