Special delivery for Mr. and Mrs. Burnell!

Edward Alexander Burnell and unnamed rabbit pal. A wee gem, or what? Picture by Richard.

The Brownhills blog has just potentially expanded it’s readership by one. Richard and Rose Maria Burnell tonight welcomed new arrival, Edward Alexander Burnell, a healthy nine pounds. Both mum and baby are doing well.

Both Richard and Rose have contributed to this ramshackle pile of writing and old maps over the years, and I regard them as great friends of the blog. It’s with great pleasure that I congratulate them on the birth of their son, and wish them all the best in their new adventure.

I’m sure all readers will join with me in sending the Burnells our best wishes and perhaps raise a glass to the next generation…

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12 Responses to Special delivery for Mr. and Mrs. Burnell!

  1. Caz says:

    Congratulations to you both, he’s a bostin little babby.You must feel so proud.

  2. Clive says:

    Lovely Baby, Congratulations to the proud parents.

  3. Rich Burnell says:

    Thanks for the post Bob, we are finally back home with our (not so) little man now. Edward Alexander Burnell was a stout 9 pounds and wasn’t actually due for another two weeks. Rose may have ‘politely’ muttered something in labour about regretting her decision to marry me, I think it may have had something to do with our physical size difference. However, she stopped short of extreme violence and claims that she can’t remember a thing now! I see you’ve sorted out the Pelsall Boiler article, my apologies for that one, it seems fate conspired to keep me otherwise occupied. Catch up with you all soon. Rich, Rose and Edward.

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