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|Originally posted by browneyedgirl
Yay! Happy Birthday to you Monk!
Okay all, I am in need of saturday sitter...every saturday from 12:40 until 3:20. Have dance class and had to bail today...no sitter. I'm major bummin' as I've been looking forward to it all week. It is quite important to me. I would prefer a younger person who wants to babysit for all the right reasons as I can only pay about ten bucks...will pick up and drop off and provide lunch. But if there are any mamas who wouldn't mind doin' it after sg, I'd do cartwheels. My Blue will likely nap through half of this time and every other week it will be just Blue. Ideas?
Okay, gotta go...good day!
Oh, wait...yes, GATHERING MPLS! :bf
Has anyone made it to the circus exhibit at the Science M? It looks pretty neat, I think S would have a blast.
R~mama to 3
wife - mother - midwife
The more you know, the worse it gets.
|Kathy Honey, there is no way I can tell you how inspired I was at the beautiful morning for you and your baby! such a room full of loving women, so completely at one with one another - so much love, support and comfort! And there were so many - there must have been 25 or more. I loved holding the tiny babies - so fresh from heaven. I felt very blessed just to be a part of such a group. It was a sacred experience - It was so sweet that someone rubbed your feet, someone else, your hands during the sharing. You were precious - so appreciative and making us laugh. I would not be able to single out any one woman in particular who impressed me most, since every single one was so open in giving you all the support they possibly could. I so enjoyed Ann's mother, we will get together. I so enjoyed the sharing. I didn't think I would cry - I don't know why I did - I guess whenever I talk about Sr. Margaret Mary I want to cry. How are you so fortunate to have such a large group of loving friends? I know it is because you are such a true friend to so many. All the gifts to take with you to the hospital were so meaningful, because they came from the heart, I could tell. I thought the "parade of flowers" for you was delightful! I loved the way someone brought out that our ancesters were truly there, too. I felt my mother's and grandmother's presence. Without them, where would we be? I don't think of them often enough. Love and hugs to Jerry and Charlie - Sr. Francelle|
|one more thing littlecurvies grampa is really ill, sounds like he is at the end of his life's journey. She cancelled yesterday due to needing to leave town to see him.|