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September 06, 2006



Congratulations Christian! So excited for you guys. What a journey you're beginning...looking forward to hearing more about this little dude.

Graham Wegner

Quite simply, congratulations. You guys are all about to embark on the most incredible journey of your lives - I wish you all the best! Cheers from down under.

Andrew Pass

Congratulations, Buddy. This is so great. I can't wait to continue to read about Beckett (I guess we can leave off the to be...because he is!!)


the reflective teacher



Congratulations!!!! Thrilled to hear that mother and baby are fine. Now's when the fun starts...


Tuur Demeester

My compliments!



Rob Paterson

Congrats to you both - makes me feel so old with a 29 and a 26 year old - BUT I recall every oment of their birth

John  Powers

Congratulations. So happy that mother and child are well:-) Oceans of love and seas of happiness!

John Pederson


Robert Scoble

That's awesome, so cute! 36 minutes? Damn, I can't even eat lunch in that time.


So many thank you messages to send out to so many of you who have taken time to send emails, Skype, call, email, and in general find carrier pigeons to wish the baby, his mom, and I well.

I'm delirious (sp?) with joy and lack of sleep right now, but wanted to reach out a hand/smile of appreciation to each of you! I'm going to do some work part-time tomorrow, and begin blogging again here at "think:lab" next week once a bit of sleep comes our way. In the meantime, if you're curious, you can find out a bit more about Beckett, mom, and the great 'infant' moments at the other blog that helps to keep track for family and friends: http://thinklab.typepad.com/becketttobe/

Again, thanks! You'll never know how much it matters to get support from so many corners of the real and virtual world!

Cheers, Christian

Cheryl Rundle

Many gazillions of congrats to all three of you! My son is 23 years old and I remember the moment when we were three. Frankly, I also remember how I did not get enough sleep for the next decade. Welcome to parenthood!

Harold Jarche

Cogratulations to you and Karla (sorry I'm so late).
Don't worry, this won't change your life at all ;-)

Allen Lawrence

No doubt by now you have figured out that the human body can indeed operate on three hours of sleep a day. Just wanted to pass on a way to go Karla... oh and you too. Looking forward to lining Beckett up with Gabriel on one side and Jaxson on the other! Enjoy the opportunities! Cheers.

Donie Lacina

So excited to see the pictures. Love all of you. So excited to find this web site.
Love you guys

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