Watson Lynn was born on May 6th at 6:09 A.M. He was 8 lbs 3 oz and 21.5 inches long. The last few weeks have been mixed with lots of emotions. Emotions that we never thought as parents that we would ever be faced with. When Watson was born we had kind of noticed that his head was shaped a little different but didn't pay to much attention to it thinking in the following days it would shape up. We spoke to a few different pediatricians the next few days who didn't seem to know much of what this could be but had told us his head was not formed properly. With lots of tears the first week we did our best to keep our heads up and we got into Children's with a referral to the Cranial and Neuro Department. Watson was diagnosed with Craniosynostosis. This is when the skull bones fuse to early. He has a mild and uncommon form of Craniosynotosis and will have to have surgery to correct it, where they will go in and unfuse the skull bone so that the brain has room to grow. I still feel like I am dreaming and I keep telling jimmy I wish he would wake me up. But in the last few weeks we have learned that we take to much for granted and that we are extremely blessed. We have two wonderful little boys. We will now continue to pray that Surgery and everything that comes with this will all go like it is supposed to and Watson will be a perfectly healthy little boy just like his brother. We have a long road a head so please keep us in your prayers.