Thursday, June 3, 2010

Introducing....

The truth is, I am just too tired to post and pull up pictures and all of that, so you get to hear our big news from my daughter.... go here to find out about our newest little one!!!! :)

16 comments:

MommaMindy said...

Great reason to be tired. So very happy for you and your latest blessing. Rest, rest, rest. :) Let others pamper you.

mpence said...

How old was your oldest when you first allowed her to witness the birth of a sibling? And were you nervous about how she would do with experience?

mpence said...

Congrats!

-:- Tamara -:- said...

Congratulations!!! How exciting :)

Enjoy your time snuggling and resting.

~Tamara

Chelsey said...

Jennifer, woo-hoo! Congratulations on your newest blessing!!! I am so thrilled for you! :)

JenT said...

Congratulations!

His Talmidat said...

Yeah! I've been wondering :) Congratulations and enjoy!

Jennifer said...

Thanks everyone, I just love to have fun news because I know that my bloggy friends are faithful to comment! :)

Michelle, she was supposed to see baby number four come in to the world, when she was 11. I woke up in pretty serious labor and didn't want to wait for my husband to go and wake her up.... I wanted to just get in the car and head to the birthing center right then - so she missed that one.

She was there for baby number 5, at a birthing center, baby number 6 at home and baby number 7 at the hospital, so by all accounts she's pretty much seen it all!

I was afraid that it would be hard/scarry/weird for her but it turned out to be wonderful. I talked to her a lot ahead of time, and really, I just wanted her to have some idea of what to expect for her own peace of mind when she was the one giving birth. I was so worried when I had her because I had no idea what would happen. She, on the other hand, has a good idea. And, I made her promise that she'll let my little girls be in on a birth or two of hers when they are teenagers, because I'm guessing by then I'll be done having babies and I want them to have the same experience as their big sister. :)

Roan said...

Congratulations!
Take it easy getting into a running program postpartum. I think I would just walk for 4 weeks or so.....I didn't start running until my baby was 13 months, so I really don't know how it feels to run so soon after giving birth!
I do know that the exercise will make you feel good, just don't overdo it!

Carrie said...

Congratulations Jennifer...I hope the birth went well for you...You little one looks so sweet...loved the picture with her and big brother!
Love and blessings to you and yours!
C~

Tammy said...

What beautiful news! Congrats and get lots of rest!

Fruitful Harvest said...

Congrats on the newest little princess!

Warmly,
Georgiann

Lillian the Ponderer said...

congratulations - sorry a bit late here I had meant to write earlier then forgot. What a wonderful thing to be able to announce another little blessing

Lexie Ahada said...

congratulations on your new little one =) I know this is off topic but I'm new to torah observance and was wondering if you knew of any good books to help me get started.

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Homemaker's Heart said...

I've missed you blogging and hope that all is well with you and your family.

Happy Hanukkah!