Friday, June 19, 2009

Tick-tock. . . tick-tock. . . tick-tock!!!!

This morning Bodie was obviously worried about the swine flu outbreak. Perhaps he should worry more about his hair! YIKES!

Annelise thought she was hilarious in Bodie's hat!

Corvette Connie at the Eagle Days Vintage Car show. Who knew poodles could drive?

Although we were rained on, while we were waiting out the thunder showers Bodie and Annelise found some sweet little girls to play hide-n-seek with. I wish it were this easy to make us all happy! I also must add that no matter how good or bad your photograohy skills are, it's hard to take a bad picture of happy children!



The days and months have slowly widdled away and here we are at the end. The last week of being a mother of two and family of four. The last week that I will be able to hold both my kids at once and not leave anyone out. My final week to call Annelise my baby and Bodie my best boy. Although we know in our hearts that a week from now we will be richer than we have ever been and happier than we could have ever imagined, it is still for some reason a little bitter sweet to watch the twins become a big brother and sister. It's hard to imagine how there will be anymore room in your heart but oddly enough you have faith that the space will grow as needed.
A week from today we will ,no doubt, be holding our new little boy and we hope all goes well and he makes his debut healthy and happy. I doubt I will have time to post again before he gets here but I will certainly post pics of him ASAP! Until then its just another chapter in our very exciting, wonderfully happy, and more than we ever dreamed for ourselves amazing lives!

2 comments:

jbohldc said...

You are a supermom! I've been thinking about you guys a lot lately. I hope you have a wonderful birth experience and your sweet angels enjoy meeting their new little brother.

M.M. said...

I can't believe it's that time already. so excited for you and can't wait to see pics. It's going to be so sweet to see the 3 of them together.