I was wr… I was wro… Okay, okay, I was WRONG! When Bobby was born I saw his dark hair and coloring. He looked just like my girls did when they were born except his eyes looked really dark gray. My husband said he thought they were blue. I didn’t even consider the possibility. He… [continue reading]
There’s just something about a newborn baby that draws attention. Every where I go there are oos and ahs and stares. If people are close enough they always ask, “What’s his name?” Several times now I’ve gone blank. What is my baby’s name? It’s embarrassing! I think for the most part it has come to… [continue reading]
This was the first time Little Jason got close to him of his own free will! It is still really hard to catch him with his eyes open! Grace is just so sweet and motherly to him. I’m linked with Wordless Wednesday.
Looks rough doesn’t it? Ha well it does to me, because this is what he does all day. At night is when he wakes up! I tried to catch him with his eyes open but just couldn’t. At two weeks even when he’s awake his eyes are usually closed! The stinker!
Just before Bobby was born I began shaking uncontrollably. This had happened to me before. I felt so horrible however, that I didn’t want to hold my baby. I thought I might drop him. When they asked if I wanted to nurse him, I wondered if they were crazy. I felt like I couldn’t breathe…. [continue reading]
What in this picture does not belong? I was so excited to introduce our new baby to the kids. As they walked in with my parents and niece, I noticed one thing–A Halloween sweater? If I was going to be picky about what they wore to the hospital I could have laid out their clothes,… [continue reading]
My husband and I arrived at the hospital at six o’clock in the morning for my planned induction. My throat was so sore I could hardly swallow and my husband was coughing and feeling horrible as well. Was this really a good idea? My doctor talked to me and confirmed my own thoughts. If this… [continue reading]
Mischief began early for this little boy. Bobby was exactly one day old. I was trying to get him situated to feed him. With my right hand I held his head and with my left hand I reached up to touch his little mouth hoping for signs that he was hungry. In a flash… [continue reading]