Tuesday, February 3, 2009

One More Week

7 more days and Rhett might be a big brother...finally! We have been working towards growing our family for 2 1/2 years and in one week Rhett might finally have his baby sister. I hate having to say "might", but we are hopeful we will pass court the first time.




10 comments:

BROWNTOWN said...

We hope that "might" turns into "IS" in one week. What a great big brother he will be. Rhett looks good with a goatee.

Erin and Keith Sager said...

One week that is so exciting. I will be thinking about you, sending all my good vibes your way!!

courtney rose said...

Right before checking your blog, I noted that the 10th is exactly one week away. See- I do think about you all the time! ;-)

I'm sending all sorts of positive vibes your way- may your first date be your only date!

Missy said...

I can't wait to see some pics!!! Hoping for a smooth, easily-passed court date!!!

Blog Shmog said...

those are really cutre Rhett pictures. :)

I've been thinking of you guys. Can't wait to hear the news! We will have to celebrate with drinks!

Mama Papaya said...

Fingers crossed!

Christi said...

I'm just going to forget about the might and plan on it! If I have to, I'll deal with the disappointment later. That's about a million times easier for me to do than you. I can't wait to see her picture!!

dad-gramps said...

All will be good. . . Rhett looks good in a beard. Happy Birthday to the "big brother". . . On Feb 10th pick some "music" out and have it playing all day the conection will carry you to that little girl's heart and she will be right with you. You guys can touch the the end of your wait and the beginning of the rest of your lives together at the same time. Love to you all and take care. (Can't wait to SEE you tonight!!!)

The Hedwall Family said...

Eva and I have been thinking about you alot and your sweet baby girl! We are praying for a one and only court date and can't wait to see that cute girl in person!

lori lls said...

Oh, come on, come on! I can't wait to see M's picture, and then to hear the story of you all meeting each other and how she adjusts to a real family, HER family. This is, I declare, a much tougher wait than pregnancy. At least it seems so from the outside. You've done both though; what do you think?