Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The Baby Bump!



Taaa - Daaa! That's my grandbaby in there!!!



This photo was obviously taken with her phone and isn't the best quality (photographer's disclaimer)-she's having computer issues and therefore couldn't take it with her mega-camera).



We found out the exciting news on Mother's Day (Aw, she suspected it for a while, but for sentimentality, waited until Mother's Day to take the test. :-D). We were sworn to secrecy, however, until she was safely in the second trimester. She's now a little over 18 weeks and due January 10, 2010! And she's beginning to feel the relished movement - mostly flutters, with the occasional unmistakable kick! Nic hasn't been able to feel it yet on the outside... but soon, I'm sure.


We find out tomorrow whether we're having a grandson or granddaughter, provided, of course, that our little pun'kin cooperates and provides the requisite - ahem- viewing. ...I'll let you know soon if we should be focusing on pink or blue.
{{cheesy grin}}



We're ecstatic!!




There's no place like home, except grandma's. ~unknown


It is as grandmothers that our mothers come into the fullness of their grace.
~Christopher Morley


Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do.
Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children. ~Alex Haley

2 comments:

The Farmer's Wife said...

Oh, Pam!!!
What a beautiful little baby bump!

I've just been dying to know how everything is going, and all the fluffing and flurry-ing and nesting that goes on before a first baby.

This is so exciting!

You're going to LOVE grandparenting. And though I don't know you, except from the blog, I think you'll make an exceptional grandma-ma!

I'll be waiting for the big news tomorrow!!!

Kristiina said...

Love! Love! Love! :-) this little one is going to be SO loved!!!

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