Santo Joins the iD Family!

iD Tech in action

This post was brought to us by Ms. Julie of iD Tech Camps who was kind enough and thoughtful enough to send us photos of Somer's big day.  Santo was born on Tuesday, September 18.  Over 9 pounds!  Whoa!  Big Boy.  We've had a lot of iD babies born over the last few years--but none as big as Santo.  He is going to be a baller for sure!  I know Somer's summer camp staff out there will be really excited to read this post--this is a small way we keep you connected to the iD Family and our culture.  Enjoy!  Please leave some comments for Somer in this post (at the bottom) if you have a second!

So, if you thought Miss Somer was tough before you should have seen her in action this weekend!

Santo's Arrival:

After spending Saturday doing a 2.5 mile hike (to entice Santo to come out) and a pedicure (to look fabulous for his arrival), Somer and I decided to go see the movie Superbad.  I kept joking, "You're going to have the Superbad baby!"  (Surely to become a classic).  Little did we know the Super LONG nights ahead...

Finally...Super Santo was born.  And he was so Super cute that mommy Somer forgave him for the last 60 hours (yes 60).

Morale of the story...no one better mess with Super Mom.  Seriously, beware...we have a Superhero in our midst.

Somer is headed home from the hospital on Friday.  Mom and baby are very happy and totally healthy!  Somer, Santo and I have been relaxing and getting to know each other.   All of the nurses and staff were in awe of Somer's perseverance and strength throughout those three days.  Now, though, they can't stop commenting on how big he is and what a full head of fabulously Super highlighted blond hair he has!

I have to head back to the hospital.  It's time for Somer and I to have a milkshake!  :)

She can't wait for you all to meet Santo!! :)

Santo arrives!

Santo sleeps!

Proud Auntie Julie!

A photo of Pete

Pete has been at the helm of iD since 2000. He resides in Silicon Valley. Pete has a love of design and is passionate about creating memorable experiences for kids. By day he is CEO, by night he is a youth soccer coach and chef of the house. Pete studied at UW in Seattle and worked abroad in Spain. He is fluent in Spanish, but his kids think otherwise. The best part of the job? Seeing the kids advance from tech novices to studying at top Universities and landing big-time jobs.

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