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


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!