Thursday, January 18, 2007

IT'S A ...

BABY! Well, we did it. We made it through the ultrasound without finding out the sex of the baby. I was actually surprised, eventhough I thought I was strong enough. I must say that I am kind of sad about it. I know it will be fun on the baby's birthday to not know if it is a Will or a Campbell, but right now, I just feel kind of down. Silly considering the baby looked perfect. We don't have a scanner, so I can't post pictures just yet. But we saw feet, hands, legs, arms, it was really fun.

Anyway, just wanted to give you the update. Have a great day.

5 comments:

jtcosby said...

Glad it was a BABY...sometimes I wondered if I were pregnant with aliens...ha! Impressed at how strong you were to not find out the sex of the baby...I am so not that strong...when they said I was having twins, I said, ok...what are they! :) I love the names you picked out! They are beautiful! You looked fabulous yesterday, every pregnant woman should look that goog!!!

Elizabeth S said...

Well, I have to admit, I wasn't as strong as I wanted to be. But even when I peeked I don't know if I saw anything. I figured if the U/S tech didn't see anything, then I probably didn't either! It should be fun!

Danny Proctor said...

It's been a great week for us and doctors, huh? As for names — as Shakespeare said in "Romeo and Juliet" —

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet."

I already love that baby so much. The presence of Campbell or Will can only make your home a sweeter place. Three beautiful, sweet and funny children and yet another one on the way. Knowing the baby is coming has given me added incentive and strength to well. Aren't we blessed?

I love you.
Dad

Danny Proctor said...

Oops ... what I meant to say in that last comment is "Knowing the baby is coming has given me added incentive and strength to GET well."

Old Granddaddy :)

jtcosby said...

I would be more than happy to take care of Luke while you go up to the school. Now would be the time. Although, the 4th baby shouldn't change doing that much. I promise. I can keep both of them or Luke and you take the baby...either way, I am used to kids that struggle being away from mommy, as long as you are ok, I am okay! I would love to help!
By the way, I think your dad is adorable! Love to read his comments...wish my parents commented on mine.