Saturday, May 30, 2009
Porter and Jack watch and help Dad open his presents. Then it was mom and dads first night out alone since the baby. We went to the St. Regis for drinks and had a great time. Porter really enjoyed the present opening and singing happy birthday to himself. Sage also holds Jack for the first time. He is a natural
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Thursday, May 21, 2009
On Tuesday May 19th at 12:14 pm Porter's big brother Jack was born. He weighed 8lb 7oz and 22 inches long. He has a full head of black hair and is so sweet and chubby. All is well at Piedmont hospital and the Waters suit is an upgrade from our first stay. Porter is adjusting well and going to be a FABULOUS brother!!! He wants to play with him and not sure why all he does is sleep. Here are a few picture highlights from the last few days. More to follow
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Trying to remain faithful in God's plan, but will admit growing frustrated with the lack of progression with baby number two. Thanks to all who continue to pray for a safe non c section delivery. I pray that this baby comes in God's timing and is healthy and happy - we all know it is going to be big ha ha.
On a side note it was fun to visit with Melissa and Andrew and baby Mia today!!! So CUTE
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
I went to my last doctors appointment yesterday where I had an ultra sound. They informed me the baby was measuring at 8lbs 8 oz and I was only oone cenimiter dialated. They also said this baby has LOTS of hair so funny!! Any way if it is not here a week from today I will have a C Section at noon on May 19th. Say a pray it comes before that!!
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Ok Porter is about to be a big brother any day. He is getting excited even though I am not sure he knows what is about to happen. He has been a little under the weather the last two days so praying he feels better before the end of the weekend. I can not wait to see him with the new little one and there will sure to be many post soon. I have just been a bit lazy and tired and HUGE so posting has been a little more difficult.