THESE adorable pictures capture the precious first months of a baby’s life.
But the owner of the priceless snaps has lost the treasured memories after a photo card containing 900 images was found in Sheffield’s Graves Park.
Mum Julie Jones found the card while taking her own 17-month-old son Billy to see the park’s farm animals for the first time in a while because he has been having treatment for leukeamia.
Now she and husband Peter, who live near the park, are hoping to reunite the card with its owner.
Peter, 44, said: “There are about 900 photographs on there so I think it’s unlikely the family have them all printed out, and they seem to have been taken over about 18 months.
“The pictures of the baby seem to go from when he was born to ones taken very recently so I’m sure the family would be distraught to think they had gone forever.”
Julie, 39, found the SD card on the ground in the park last Monday.
From data stored on it the family think the baby pictured is called Isaac Marshall Blake and was born on June 23, 2010.
They also believe the parents may live in Clay Cross, near Chesterfield, with the house number 38.
Some of the pictures show the baby dressed up for his Halloween, first Christmas and pictured with letters spelling out his name.
Peter added: “If the pictures were mine I’d be very upset to lose them.
“When she found the pictures Julie was taking our son Billy to the park for the first time in a long time – he has not been able to go out much due to treatment for leukaemia. He had a great time at the park and loved the animals.
“We hope the parents of the baby in these pictures can be found.”
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