Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Anna is 6!

August 31, 2004: Tony is at PLDC, which are letters that mean "My husband is not around and I am about to have a baby"! Actually it is a leadership course for the Army. He was still on the base, but out in the woods somewhere.

What was supposed to happen: I would call someone in charge when labor started and they would release him so he could be there with me.

What actually happened: I called just after midnight. They told him the next morning at breakfast. She was born at 4:30 am. Thank goodness my mother was able to be with me. It was a special memory for both of us.

And here is my birthday girl a few weeks ago, soaking up the sun in South Carolina. She loves everything pink, frilly, twirly, fancy, or shiny. Yet she is Jack's "best buddy" (their own words), and will play happily with him for hours. I am so blessed to have the honor of being her mama.

Today, we will celebrate with the family. She has requested Chinese takeout for dinner. But we are planning a "Fancy Nancy Tea Party" for her and her girl friends. Hopefully this weekend if another little girl does not decide to make an early appearance.

I love you, Anna Rose!

1 comment:

  1. You gotta love the military and their "sensitivity" to the family! Great story. Thank heaven for mamas and their true ability to be there when you need them. Happy Day to Anna, and praying for the upcoming new arrival. Didn't realize you were so close to term.