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Welcome, Elias!

September 10, 2017

Welcome, Elias!

He’s here! Elias James Jones was born on August 11, 2017 at 12:49 am. We arrived at the hospital at 11:30pm (just in time) and his delivery was super fast. He weighed 9lbs 5oz and was 22 inches long. We’re all doing well and adjusting to being a family of four. Our favorite photographer (Emma Frances Logan) came out to take newborn/family pictures a couple weeks ago and I’m so excited to finally get to share them with you.

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