Even with the crib in the house, even with enormopram, even with the piles of clothes, even with the cloth nappies (which still don't fit!), even with the scans.
Even when my waters broke.
Even as the wheeled me into surgery...
But now that he's here...
Oh oh oh my goodness.
He's so delicious! And he's here and that is the best thing ever.ReplyDelete
Yay. He's here ... so very, very here. And beautiful ... (and his bum will fit the nappies soon enough as he grows more and more here.)ReplyDelete
So, so perfect. So long awaited. So precious in every way. Thank you for sharing him with us a bit.ReplyDelete
I absolutely understand. Two babies later, I still sometimes can't believe it.ReplyDelete
ps: and what Jill said about the nappies. He will be in them in no time. Cute squashy clothy butt babe - swoon.
...and in no time at all, you won't be able to imagine life without him.ReplyDelete
Sending love to all of you.
He's beautiful. And I think I understand. Between the journey it took to bring him to you and the overwhelming life-changes that every new parent experiences (oh and the lack of sleep) it can feel very surreal. My little man is two and half and sometimes and I still look at him and just can't believe it. I am so very happy for you.ReplyDelete
Where's the love button?ReplyDelete
This makes me so unbelievably happy! xoxoReplyDelete
I felt the same way with Jasper. I just didn't believe it was going to happen until after.ReplyDelete
I am so happy for you. So unbelievably happy for you. :)
I know! Even approaching our 3 month mark we still look at each other and ask "can you believe he is here? that this baby is real and ours?" So happy for you!ReplyDelete