There is something special about this boy. When we first brought him home from the hospital (at 5 weeks old) he weighed 4 pounds 1 ounce. I knew what it was like to take a new baby to the grocery store. The older ladies and very rarely a man or two would stop to admire our girls. Take that attention and multiply it by ten (or more), that's how much attention Case got when I first took him to Wal-Mart. I could barley get a carton of milk without being complemented on how cute and little he was. Also, people are curious and very often asked me questions about his size. I figured that attention would die down once he wasn't a tiny baby any more. I was wrong. Just the other day I found myself in the front of Wal-Mart surrounded by several women admiring our special boy. I can't blame them. He's adorable. All 10 pounds 4 ounces (hopefully more by now:). Sitting up all by himself in a cart with a smile almost as big as his face. He has a charming personality and quite a few girlfriends already.:) I think he knows God made him different. He is full of love and knows no prejudice. It doesn't matter who you are, what you look like or where you've been, if you come up to Case in Wal-Mart (or where ever he happens to be) he will shine Jesus's love on you. He is a special Boy. He is God's special boy.