Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Babies Are Wonderful

My daughter’s friend was expecting, she chose not to know the sex of her child. It was her first child and I have to say it was exciting not to know. At barbeques the talk would be about how someone was carrying. I heard if you carry high it’s a boy and vice a versa for a girl. (I myself didn’t notice the high’s verses low carrying during my own pregnancies). Christina’s baby was delivered three weeks ago and she had a beautiful baby girl ♥.

My niece is also expecting her second child, and in her case she wanted to know, having an adorable little boy already she had her fingers crossed hoping for a girl…well she got her wish although she still has to wait a few more months.


My nephew and his wife have a delightful little boy who can bring the smile on anybody’s face; he is such a little character. Well they were expecting and were told that they were having a little girl. She finally entered the world a few days ago.

As I eagerly looked at the pictures that were posted following her birth, I first thought wow she’s beautiful! And then I felt like I knew her and I looked closely at her pictures and realized it was like looking at my sister in baby form. Oh my gosh! I thought she looks just like Rosie!

I emailed the picture to my son who is in South Carolina, not removing the address from where email came from. I asked him if he thought this baby looked like his aunt. He responded back, “It does look just like Aunt Rosie, but I don’t know who the people are. (I guess he didn’t recognize the name on the original email) I emailed him back and told him it was his cousin’s baby.

With all these babies around me, I must say it is exciting but I have to wait till April to find out what my grand child will be, I am looking forward to this. I am already a “step-grandma”, and couldn’t be more pleased.
"Life is the promise that the world will go on filled with hope and mystery."
LuLu Borealis
10/20/2009

2 comments:

AMIdesigns said...

such beautiful babies! bet you can't wait for your newest arrival :)

Maria @ Drop of Sunshine said...

I have decided not to find out what my baby is going to be when I get pregnant - in like 2 years but I think about that a lot! People say I'm crazy but I like that surprise God will give me once he/she is born. I think deciding this ahead of time will avoid mother/mother in laws to drive me insane about finding out about the child's gender!