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  1. Congrats! :) Such a serious baby face, I think it's cute. Like I said on Twitter, I'm trying to think of books with Finn characters to see where you got the name. Enna Burning by Shannon Hale? Incarceron by Catherine Fisher?

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  2. It's that time already?! It seems just yesterday that you announced you were pregnant. Congrats! I'm so happy for you. He's so adorable!

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  3. He is gorgeous.

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  4. He's simply beautiful. Congrats!

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  5. Anonymous7:13 PM

    How wonderful! So cute. Don't you just love his eyes? I am always astounded at how looking into a newborn's eyes is like looking into the eternities. You could swear they read your very soul.

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  6. What a beautiful little guy. Congratulations. :)

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  7. Oh my goodness, congrats! He is too adorable for words!!!

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  8. He's beautiful! Congratulations.

    I love the name, btw.

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  9. Anonymous8:15 PM

    He's precious! and I like his name.

    congrats!!!!

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  10. A beautiful baby! Very precious.
    Congrats to you, and I wish you lots of fun during your babymoon.

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  11. Yay! I've been waiting for a baby post! He's beautiful, Angie. Congratulations!

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  12. Beautiful baby, Angie! Congratulations!

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  13. I can't wait to meet this guy! Love his name and his sweet face.

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  14. Congratulations Angie! He is adorabl

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  15. Congratulations! He's so cute. That picture is amazing.

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  16. Congrats, what a beautiful baby. He looks like he is thinking about a thousand things at once. And the name fits perfectly.

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  17. Awww congrats! What a doll!

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  18. Tiffany M.10:46 PM

    Congrats! So beautifully sweet. Adorable. :)

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  19. Gorgeous! Congratulations!

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  20. Oh, he's sweet as all get out! Congratulations!

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  21. Congratulations Angie! He's super adorable. :o)

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  22. Congratulations! He's very special -- you must be so happy!

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  23. Congratulations, Angie!

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  24. Congratulations Angie & Aaron & to the new big brother and new big sister in the house, too!

    Finn is just precious.

    xo

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  25. Anonymous11:37 AM

    He is beautiful! What a perfect baby. Congrats.

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  26. Wow, tat is one very good looking baby! Congrats - hope you get some sleep :)

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  27. Oh, Angie... <3 <3

    Congratulations to you ALL!

    Hugs,
    Kaz

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  28. Dishonor2:21 PM

    CONGRATS!
    What a beautiful, beautiful baby.

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  29. Aww, such a cutie! That deserves a big CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

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  30. CONGRATULATIONS! What a beautiful baby boy!

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  31. Oh, yay! And May 23 is the best birthday ;)

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  32. congrats, angie! he's adorable! :)

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  33. Beautiful, perfect baby. Clearly a sage, old soul. And, I love the name. Congratulations.

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  34. Anonymous6:45 PM

    Congratulations, Angie! He is beautiful.

    KarenS

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  35. Angie, congratulations on your new little someone to read to. I hope you share many, many wonderful stories together.

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  36. YAY!! What a handsome little man. So happy you are on the other side of pregnancy now too ;)

    And I love the name Finn...it was actually on the shortlist for our guy too!

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  37. Anonymous7:08 AM

    Oh, congrats! What a beautiful wee face and a gorgeous name to go with it. We're thinking of you all! - Elle and Kate :)

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  38. Congratulations! He's adorable! What a great name!

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  39. Ahhhh congratulations! I've to echo everyone else - beautiful baby and lovely name :-)

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  40. Awww, congratulations :) He is beautiful.

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  41. congratulations!! My daughter and I are in agreement that he is BEAUTIFUL!!

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  42. Aw, beautiful baby. Congratulations.

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  43. What a beauty! Welcome to the world little Finn.

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  44. Aw! Congrats to you and yours! What a sweet baby. :)

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  45. Anonymous8:45 PM

    That is one gorgeous little boy. Congratulations!

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  46. I never believed in love at first sight, but I think he just sealed the deal for me. BEAUTIFUL. And CONGRATULATIONS!

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  47. Congrats! Serious babies may be rare, but they're so adorable.

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  48. Beautiful baby! Congratulations!

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  49. Shayna8:11 PM

    Beautiful! And such striking eyes!


    P.S, Song of Scarabaeus....?

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  50. Cute cute cute Angie! I guess all that pregnancy was worth it. He's got gorgeous eyes.

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  51. Awww.... Congratulations, Angie! he is utterly adorable.

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  52. Anonymous5:14 AM

    Adorable and with such a beautiful name, I also had a baby in may, Carola, she was born on may, 11th ... so far so good but it's hard work :)

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  53. A very good reason not to be at BEA! Congrats!

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  54. sigh.....He is beautiful. I wish I could hold him. You guys are on a roll with cute kids and fabulous names. I love it! He reminds me a little of your dad. I can't wait to see him in person. Enjoy!!!

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  55. He’s gorgeous, Angie! Congratulations & I absolutely love the name Finn.

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  56. OH my. How cute. Congrats.

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  57. Thanks for your congratulations, everyone. They mean so much to me.

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