Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Baby/Babies on the Brain

We find out tomorrow! I have blood drawn in the morning and then I have to wait for the lab results to come back...so it could be late in the day on Wednesday. Needless to say I am excited, anxious, ready and hopeful! I need to remember John 20:27, Stop Doubting and Believe."



Bean has been asking me " Is there babies in your tummy Mommy?" I tell her that I hope so. She offered to let me have her Cinderella baby to put in my tummy. She is just the sweetest. I showed her the embryo pics and she looked at them and said "Where is the head?" I told her they were very early in development and the head had not formed. She thought about it and then said "They are so adorable!" I think so too!



Please keep us in your prayers as these next hours seem to be the longest of the wait.

8 comments:

Suz said...

I'm definitely praying and hoping you're getting good news right about now! I've been thinking of you all day!

The Joys of having Boys said...

I am praying and will be thinking about you tomorrow. Please, please let us know as soon as you do!!

Suz said...

Oh yes, I was thinking it was today! Well, I'll keep on praying for you and thinking of you all day TOMORROW - silly me!

crayonmommy said...

YES - PLEASE LET US KNOW ASAP! :) PRAYERS! HUGS! CUTE NEWBIE BEANS. hee hee heee

Kahla said...

Ugh!!! We always get our results back the same day, this waiting stuff kills me! Sending lots of P&PT your way for excellent news tomorrow!!! They have the blogger sites blocked until 4, so there'll be no way for me to check until the end of the day. *sniff sniff*

Linda said...

I can not stand this waiting. It is making me NUTS. All the prayers and positive thoughts are going your way for sure. I will be checking the blog all afternoon. Blog the second you know, no matter what. We all are there for you.

Lisa said...

I know how you feel! The wait can be agonizing! We will be praying and looking forward to hearing good news! Let us know when you can.

Amy said...

Praying, praying, praying. I remember how nerve-wracking that all was, especially with my second one.