Welcome Ollie Kottke

Ollie Kottke

Introducing Ollie Peter Kottke! Our son was born on July 3rd, all 7 lbs, 2 oz. and 20 inches of him. As you can see from the photo, we've both been resting a lot ever since. Things will be slow around here for a while as I settle in with my newest favorite fella. I can't tell you how cute he is, especially when he starts to cry and his bottom lip quivers and he makes this "whuh whuh whuh" sound. All of the sudden, nothing in the whole world seems as exciting as watching Ollie as he sleeps. Restaurants? Farmers markets? Food? Blogs? The web? The entire outside world? Nope, not as wonderful as our new little boy.

126 thoughts on “Welcome Ollie Kottke”

  1. Congrats on King Ollie! He so beautiful. I wish you all the happiness with the little one!

  2. My goodness, what a wonderful surprise (and a surprise, indeed, well done!). Congratulations and all the best to the three of you!

  3. Que bebito tan chulo!!! Y que sorpresota!
    Felicidades a los tres y Bienvenido al Mundo, Ollie!

  4. Yay! So amazing! I hope to see you and Jason blogging much less now…keep in mind that with a little one the days are long but the years are short, so savor every second.

  5. Congratulations! I got confused for a second and thought Mathowie had another kid. I’m so behind on web pioneer gossip. The last I remember you were cooking in a different state or something. Anyway, I fear that all of your blogging will start talking about your kids, like the Dooce 🙂 Good luck with your new family.

  6. Congratulations Meg!! I worked with you for a short time at HP in Cupertino. I’m happy to see you are doing well!

  7. Congratulations for your new baby. Being a mother to a handsome young boy, I know how we all moms just love to keep talking about your babies. Enjoy being a mommy.

  8. Congratuluations…and yes, a newborn (our son is going on 6 months) sure does cut into the blogging!
    Enjoy every second!

  9. I go to Denmark and lose touch with the Internet. So happy for the three of you!
    Love,
    Molly

  10. Oh my god, I didn’t even know you were pregnant! CONGRATULATIONS to all three of you. (Also: Don’t worry, the feeling of being stuck in the world’s longest fraternity hazing ritual only lasts for two or three weeks. After that, it gets a bit better every day — and your confidence grows along with the baby. 🙂

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