It's a BOY!


Name: Sidney Andrew Sandberg
Born: 7/3/2010 @ 9:55am
Weight: 1lb 8oz
Length: 11 1/2"

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Thanks for Everyone's Support...

I just want to deeply express my gratitude to all our friends and family out there who have supported us throughout these tough times. Sidney was barely a few days old, and he was already more popular than me! ;) We appreciate all the thoughts, prayers, love, and positive energy that you all have given him and us. We love you all...

I had a moment the other day with Sidney that I would like to share with you all. It was a moment I'll never forget. During a visit with him, I was gazing down at him through the plastic of the incubator. For a few moments, I left everything stress, no worldly problems, no negativity. The only thing that existed was he and I. And instead of looking at all the tubes and wires that he's hooked up to, I just saw him as my beautiful son. Moments when thought and coincidence merge, I thought about God or the Creator and I thought about how that Being made all of this possible and held everything together. And in that very split second of thought, as Sid's head was turned slightly away from me, his left eye had opened with his tiny pupil concentrated right on me. I was something that I'll always have that can never be taken away. A perfect moment between a father and his son.

- Jeremy


  1. Here is a poem I wrote for my little baby nephew.

    I remember walking downstairs hearing the bad news. Sidney wasn't born to late but to soon.
    The gramma was crying and everyone was down. But our little Sidney was coming around.
    With his little hands, feet, and cute face laying in bed. We all know we have a long road ahead.
    I know I can't see my baby nephew as much as I can. But I know that he is in good hands.
    The only thing we can do now is be strong and pray you will get better. Because we want you to stay in our lifes forever.
    Even tho we are far apart. You are always going to be in our hearts.
    Your parents are going to be beside you through your ups and downs. But you will always see a smile not a frown.
    You have alot of people that care about you. But not as much as your family do.
    We love you Sidney, I hope you know. We can't wait to watch your grow.

    Your loving Aunt

  2. Happy to hear Sidney is doing so well. He is in all of our prayers.

    Love his Aunt Shannon's poem.


  3. What a special moment Jer! I love this!