At the Catholic Writers Conference and Catholic Marketing Network trade show last week, the baby made his rounds. I’ll post more pictures later this week at the Catholic Writers Guild blog.
He was quite a fan of Karina Fabian (and I don’t blame him):
Jerry Webster was a source of ongoing amusement for him, which is attributable in part to the Grandpa Magic that Jerry has:
Ellen Gable Hrkach had a chance to see his “squishy face” in action:
Lisa Mladinich and her daughter (who I have blog-named “Rose”) were favorites through the week, and we were so blessed to room with them:
Lisa Hendey is a big fan of babies, and, as it turns out, so is Jen Minson (right), who made a special trip to have coffee with us (and she brought her two girls, who were utterly delightful):
John Michael Talbot refused to disturb the sleeping baby. His wife, pictured right, loves babies, so I didn’t have to twist hard to have them pose for a picture. (Yes, it was shameless of me. But…isn’t this a great picture? They were really that reflective about it.)
Thanks for posting these, Sarah!
Ya didn’t get a picture of me holding him. I only held him for you while you went to get your van. (sigh). Though I did make him smile by playing with a water battle with him…
Oh no, Ann!!! That means we must remedy that sometime… 🙂
My wife loved the picture of me holding your baby. “Sooo cute! she exclaimed, “with those chubby cheeks and that big smile!”
“Thanks,” I told her. “Sarah’s baby is cute, too.”
Why do wives shake their heads and walk away like that??
Jerry, your wife must do a LOT of shaking her head and walking away. And she must laugh a lot in her vocation as your wife…
Hope we get a chance to see your “Grandpa magic” in action again sometime!