Thursday, August 1, 2013

{phfr} Babymoon

Linking up with Like Mother, Like Daughter...where a babywatch is underway!

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Beautiful sisters...just enjoying each other!

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Don't let anyone tell you that being the wife of a doctoral student of theology is without its perks. Limited budget? Yeah. But the perks are incredible!

My favorite perk thus far...the wonderful priest, who the Abbot is a research assistant for and who is much loved by our family (and not just because he gives us free sparkling juice -he'd give us wine but I'm obsessed with their sparkling juice!- from his family's amazing Michigan winery) offered to come visit us the day after Sister Nugget was born and offer Mass in my hospital room for our little family!!! I would have been happy if he just brought me Communion, but Mass in my fragile post-partum state? Best. Gift. Ever!

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Sister Stinky rolled over for the first time when she was 4 months old. Sister Nugget? 4 days old. We thought it was a fluke, so we rolled her on to her stomach two more times and she would flip and look at us like, "What? Was that supposed to be hard or something?"

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Raising two little girls? Let the fun begin.




9 comments:

  1. Congratulations!! Your baby and daughter are precious. God bless!

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  2. I have two girls who are 21 months apart and they are now just getting to the really fun stage of interacting and doing things together!

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  3. The first picture is adorable, two sisters...beautiful :)

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  4. sweet little sisters- and now I want a girl

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    1. Well....keep in mind not everyone is capable of producing little boys as cute as your three! ;-)

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  5. Such sweet pictures - congratulations! Can't believe she rolled over at 4 days old! My 4 MONTH old just started to roll! ;) And Mass is your hospital room - what an awesome treat!

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  6. Congratulations - what adorable little girls. Blessings!

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  7. You have some awesome priests in your life! And I think I just saw a picture on Facebook of this priest with the Ann Arbor Dominicans. Too cool!

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