"Not flesh of my flesh, Nor bone of my bone, But still miraculously my own. Never forget for a single minute,
You didn't grow under my heart - but in it"

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Too many kids too little time

Ok so the title is not exactly true, you can never have too many kids!!! I havent found time to blog like I use to. I want to post videos and pictures, but time is slipping away from me. Right now I have 5 minutes before my bladder and head both explode so I can only make this brief.

We have been geocaching and that has taken up some time, I have been uber busy with my photoshoots, Noah's weekly trips to the doctor, swim lessons, kids camp, the list goes on. If I havent called or texted you or emailed you back I am sorry. I will. I just can not wait til school starts.. I know you may think I am crazy seeing as I homeschool but order is restored when I start to teach. I can't wait. 1st and 5th grade! Hard to imagine....Anyways...

Noah's birthmother(or as people have said to me, his real mother, lol) emailed us today. I so love hearing from her. She sends her love and assures us she has not forgotten about us. She was in a car accident so I want you all to pray she is alright. I sent her some videos of Noah. I hope she likes them. I want her to not just see him in pictures but to watch him smile and grab toys, to talk and coo. I want her to see him move and look and act silly and cry and do all those adorable things he does so she is assured he is doing well and won't miss out on that.

Ok well thats all I got. I am about to throw up from my migraine and pee my pants so I had better get off of this computer!

Be blessed!!!


  1. So glad to hear from you! I just get so much joy from hearing about your correspondence with Noah's birth mother. This "open Adoption" thing can work, can't it? It is such a blessed relationship - I see it so clearly now. Thank you for sharing this so that it may touch my life! Blessings - Kelli

  2. I'm sure Noah's birth mother loves getting those videos (or as my little sister calls her birth mother her "tummy mommy"). Any ways, speaking from a mother that lost her little girl, I would give anything to know what Abigail's voice sounded like, what she would have looked like. I'm sure she loves getting them! It's plain to see that Noah wasn't the only one who benefited from the adoption! You're an amazing mom!