it's a celebration!

>> October 7, 2009


Sarah has no idea I'm posting this. Swipped her pregnant photo right off her Facebook...
But I thought it would be fun to host a virtual mother blessing for my co-blogger and soon-to-be first-time mommy, Sarah. Tristan Alexander will be born in the next few weeks or days.

Will you join in the virtual celebration?

Let's shower Sarah with lots of encouragement for labor, newborn nights and motherhood in general. Leave a note, prayer or word of advice on raising a fabulous PK.

5 comments:

Kate October 7, 2009 at 10:50 PM  

Try to stay calm, the baby can feel your stress, so although newborns are stressful at times, take a deep breath and refocus on calm. Take it one minute at a time, one hour at a time, one day at a time. Take the help people offer, even if it's to hold the baby so you can take a shower! Above all else, pray all of the time! Good luck, congrats, and sending you lots of encouragement!

Carrie October 7, 2009 at 11:49 PM  

Congratulations!

You're about to experience a burst of emotions like you've never known. It is a wonderful time and I hope you are able to take it all in.

As much as others want to help, guests can become overwhelming and FAST, so let your needs be known.

Take a lot of pictures. They grow too fast---and change in appearance before you even know it.

You'll be a great Mom. Remember that on days you feel less than stellar--and there will be those days.

But my best piece of advice is to enjoy every kiss, every hug, ever tickle time, every smile. Because when they are teens, you'll have all of that already hidden in your heart.

All the best to you!
Carrie

dpm October 9, 2009 at 12:26 AM  

Sarah!
Be strong and courageous, in labor and in parenting. You and Marius will be awesome parents. Trust in God and His Word no matter what.

Elizabeth October 9, 2009 at 4:55 PM  

Sarah,

I am so happy for you and wish you our congrats on being a new Mommy just days away. I happened to have a pleasant experience with my first, and it makes a great difference when you have your husband by your side, and the joy and anticipation of seeing your baby's face for the first time! You will laugh, smile and cry. But it would be the most memorable... Love Elizabeth

Debbie Thompson Kippel,  October 9, 2009 at 6:10 PM  

You can do it!
When your hormones are all over the place and you want to jump off the bridge; that's normal. Don't panic...just call Hubby and have him take Mr. Baby, so you can sleep. :o)

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