11.01.2010

Fairy Tales Do Come True, It Can Happen To You


I am working on the birth story,
and on putting into words the millions of thoughts I have
about the last few days.

But mostly, I am busy being a milk machine.

I love it soooooooo hard.

26 comments :

  1. For some reason I love that picture so very much.

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  2. I'm so happy for you, friend I've never met. You just seem like the nicest person, and it was about darn time things worked out the way you wanted. How are the pups liking their new little buddy?

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  3. Enjoy every minute of it they grow up way too fast!

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  4. I'm so happy for you! You are GLOWING! This little perfect dream that you've waited for for so long! Can't wait to hear every detail...but for now, rest when you can, and nibble on as many Huckleberry toes as you can!

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  5. Aw! Congrats! PS you are looking fabulous!

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  6. Hard, precious, overwhelmingly beautiful love.

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  7. i agree with what was mentioned above; although i've never met you, i think you just seem so neat and interesting and just all around nice! and i think it's so terribly wonderful that you have this cute little baby all to yourself, FINALLY!

    and p.s. i really love his name, it sounds very classy!

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  8. you are both lovely & that picture is adorable! can't wait to read alllll about it, but i will. lol

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  9. I'm so glad. I myself seem to have chosen the short straw when it comes to motherhood--both my daughters arrived with a whopping case of post-partum depression trailing in their wake. Someone once said that PPD is the thief of motherhood, and it's true. I look at people like you who love every moment and I wonder why it's so hard for me, why I couldn't have the same joyous experience. I guess it's just a lesson I have to learn, but why do I have to learn it at the expense of those fleeting months of tiny babyhood? With Tamsin, I felt okay for a few weeks and then my little world came crashing back down like it did with Camryn. I envy you so, so much. And yet I'm SO VERY GLAD you're doing well!!! You deserve it.

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  10. re: Title - Sigh. I hope so.

    Beautiful photo.

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  11. he looks adorable. :) can't imagine how precious it must be to experience a dream come true like that. Enjoy it!

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  12. i love everything about all of this!!!

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  13. Can't wait! I think we share a bit of the same story. I do have hope that one day I will be a mother. Thanks for sharing and continuing to instill hope in those still waiting :)

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  14. That photo of you two should be next to the entry for "bliss" in the dictionary. See also: joy, exaltation and awe.

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  15. Beautiful! Can't wait to read your birth story!

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  16. I can hardly stand reading your blog - you make it sound as perfect as I dream it will be, but I've got four months still to wait for my little one! You and Henry look like the perfect little pair of happy dreamers. So happy for you and your Holbshusband!

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  17. love love love love love this.
    and him.
    and you :)

    xo, emily b.

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  18. He is perfection, and I can't imagine there was a time he wasn't in your life. This is exactly where you were meant to be. :)

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  19. He looks so much like his daddy in that picture!

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  20. I keep thinking about this post, and how it literally makes me feel warm inside.

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  21. Since you're a mom, and custom clothes maker, I would love to read your thoughts on this:

    http://nerdyapplebottom.com/2010/11/02/my-son-is-gay/#comments

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