Sunday, April 15, 2007

It's Raining Babies!

I'm thrilled to announce that my big brother and his wife's first child entered the world April 12 at a whopping 8 lbs. 8 oz. and 22 in. long. She's a beauty and so very loved. She arrived after many hours of difficult labor and nearly earned herself a c-section before making her debut.

My dear friend Trisha finally had her baby as well at 42 weeks! They were expecting a boy and were pleasantly surprised to hear, "It's a Girl!" The still unnamed little one was born April 14 and is precious. She arrived just four short hours after her Mommy's water was broken and Mommy did it all without a bit of pain medication. How do Mother's do that?!

So, two long awaited babies have arrived healthy and happily with out any complications. Praise the Lord! Both Mom's were relieved to miss Friday the 13th as a birthday. I love birth stories and these make my upcoming labor seem more real than ever. Hopefully we can focus on getting prepared for our own little one's arrival now that his girlfriends have arrived.

Thought for the day: Remember the births of your own child/children and treasure those precious memories and the ones they've allowed you since their birth.

1 comment:


    Many Nerds won't be returning. Some old timers I remember from last year, people like Trenchcoat Mafia, Silk Dragon Shirt, probably won't be coming back next year.
    Spamming blogs I put their names up, immortalizing them, if only until the blog owner erases everything::::
    1. Trenchcoat Mafia
    2. Silk Dragon Shirt
    3. The Distinguished English Gentleman
    4. Beta Nerd, and of course
    5. Rosie The Transsexual
    Rosie's original name was just Rosie, due to his rosie cheeks. They shared he has a high level of knowledge, a tactic the gods employ to create a false sense of security. This of course is the segment which they dump so many transsexuals into.
    I too enjoy irony, and therefore Rosie has now become Rosie The Transsexual.
    Who else has a nickname in the NerdRoom?

    I'd like to remind you many of the people in the NerdRoom are good men. I hope this is reflected in what they are allowed to learn and the progress they're allowed to make.
    I'd also like to remind you their predecessors, REAL nerds from a generation ago who fill the computer swap meet, are WONDERFUL men, and since I likely won't be going again I want to remember them as well.

    Actually the comparison of the two is a testiment to the devolution of society, which will be used as justification for the Apocalypse:::
    Today's nerds are NOT wonderful men. They grew up with the internet and many consider pornography as an acceptable vice. They gamble freely, enjoy evil imagry in video games, and this issue is a microcosim of our deterioration.