#Tweetsgiving Day One

I was inspired by Carissa so here goes:

what is tweetsgiving

John explains it on YouTube. And here’s the official TweetsGiving.org Site. Join us? For two days tweet with the tag: #TweetsGiving and donate $10 to help build a school in Tanzania!

I am most thankful for my family. This has been a tough year for all of us, but our love can overcome all. As many of you know my son (MacDougal) and his wife (Funsize), lost a baby a little over a year ago. After that there were several early miscarriages. Then, 19 weeks ago, they got pregnant again. I haven’t talked much about it because??? Well, maybe because I was am a little scared. Collin was born at 33 weeks and we still didn’t get to bring him home, so we still have time to worry. A few weeks ago the OB did an ultrasound and said he “saw” something. Could be the cord, but he was 80% sure this little one is a boy. Today I tagged along to see if this could be verified. Today the little one was not cooperating. He/she would neither confirm nor deny a he or she status. In fact, as the OB said “he/she was all over the place.” So my temporary nickname for this little gift is RolyPoly.

And today I am thankful for this view and this sound:

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14 Comments

  1. Jenni

    Yay! Baby. After I lost Kyle I never talked about subsequent pregnancies. I didn’t buy one thing for my kids until they were passed 35 weeks. This is why Colby had his brother’s hand me downs. He was born a month early. I think we need to protect our hearts a little. We know too well kids are not invincible.

    I am sending all my stay in mommy energy to your daughter. I manage to keep my daughter in with that energy! They said I wouldn’t make it passed the 4th month with her. Then ended up inducing because of it! 😉 I hope you have Roly Poly in your arms as soon as s/he is done cooking.

  2. Mar

    Blessings to you and yours. XOXO. Praying for God’s will for your wee little one.
    .-= Mar´s last blog ..Where Do We Go From Here? =-.

  3. Dad

    Ain’t science wonderful! Keep up the good work, fingers crossed.
    Love Dad

  4. RolyPoly is beautiful. Congrats to you and your son/DIL. Awww this made me cry. 🙂

  5. Uncooperative little baby…we will win. We will find out next time.
    .-= Funsize ´s last blog ..And Its A… =-.

  6. Rolypoly is beautiful and it sounds like a very good thing that he/she is so healthy he/she likes to move. Congrats.
    .-= Tammy´s last blog ..Turkey Tortilla Soup =-.

  7. Oh congratulations. I’m praying right now that all will be well and a healthy little one will be born. We’ve had loved ones miscarry this past year. It’s so hard…
    A very Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!
    .-= ellen b´s last blog ..MLS Cup Final 2009 ~ Qwest Field Seattle =-.

  8. Nothing creates hope more than life!
    .-= John Haydon´s last blog ..Mama Lucy Talks About Her Work | #Tweetsgiving =-.

  9. YAY!! I am so happy for you and the family! Will keep my fingers crossed for good health to continue for all!
    .-= Anna´s last blog ..Things to Remember =-.

  10. Congratulations! Wishing RolyPoly and his/her family all the best!
    .-= BeadedTail´s last blog ..Tortie Tuesday! =-.

  11. Well that baby has to keep some surprises for itself! 🙂

    Congratulations!! This is something to be thankful for indeed!!
    .-= Grandy´s last blog ..That’s What She Said =-.

  12. Congrats to All

    It’ll be an extra special Thanksgiving this year with a new little one to look forward too.
    .-= Dragonfly Lady´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday – Ashnead’s Acrobat Ant =-.

  13. That is a beautiful site!

  14. Ultrasounds can be so wonderful! It’s apparently doing well right now… all that moving about! Congrats and best wishes that baby and momma both remain healthy!
    .-= Angie´s last blog ..Gnarled Trees By The Shore =-.

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