Anyway, I don't know how much she weighed (a little over 8 lbs is as close as I can come) or how long she was, but she's healthy and CHUBBY. (I fear this'll be the one that inherits the "Bernier Saddle Bags". )
The pictures here are the 3rd time I'd seen her, and only the first time I knew she had eyeballs tucked away behind those lids.
Evidently she's very calm and spends the majority of her time sleeping and eating, much like a cat.
Ok, she didn't throw her like a football, but I'm sort of like a guy in that I don't quite know how to hold babies, and when I'm coerced into it, we sort of just stare at each other, both of us in alien territory, until the mother figure reappears and rescues me.
Here's the proof. Not bad photography for my sister! She tried to commandeer my SLR and a CF Card to go into business for herself, with me as the silent partner, but then she got distracted by the baby.
Well, so here she is! I'll have to post about Sophia, too, because of course with two of them what happens to one...happens to the other.