Friday, May 24, 2013

Four short years ago today...


...God gave us our miracle baby!

Everything I Need

(It was actually nine months before that but, you know.)


~ Happy 4th Birthday, George! ~

Nini B Dandelion

George is a smart and funny little kid—a bit spoiled, if you must know the truth, but that’s to be expected. He loves Minecraft, Angry Birds, Phineas & Ferb (especially playing Agent P.), doing his spelling on Spelling City and kissing his little brother a lot.

“And PBS Kids!” George added helpfully. (He’s “reading” this blog post over my shoulder.)

“And Club Penguin!”

“And Dragon Box!”

“And,” he said lastly, thinking hard, “Google.”

That’s it for this birthday post, I guess, but is it ever really “it?” No, it’s not. And to everyone who is struggling with secondary infertility and with wanting—please, God—just one more, may this 46-and-a-half-year-old say...

All things are possible with God.

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7 comments:

  1. Prayers for your little man on his 4th (really?) birthday!! So big:) We are praying for another baby blessing. Would you please keep us in prayer as well? God Bless!

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  2. Happy birthday sweet little man!! This post makes me feel kind of sad because that means my sweetie pie will soon be 4. But not til the end of summer! I do love 4. A fun age.

    God bless him.

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  3. That was a fast four years. Wait... Tommy is four, too! Oh, no!

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  4. Happy birthday George! And congratulations Mama :-) I remember smiling the first time I saw that photo; it made me smile again now.

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  5. He's so darn cute! Happy Birthday!

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  6. At 54, though, no longer possible, unfortunately...I would love another 4-year-old boy around my house!

    God bless you and your family. :)

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  7. Happy 4th Birthday to your adorable George! Even though, it's not likely - married late in life at age 41, diagnosed with endometriosis at age 41, two surgeries behind me, and I'll be 47 in August, Hubby and I would still LOVE to be blessed with a child whether it happens natural or through adoption. Could you lovely ladies, please pray for us? Thank you so much! May God Bless you, sweet Margaret! Love your blog and your stories!

    PS. Hubby and I pray the rosary every day. We will keep your Mom and Dad in our prayers!

    May God Bless you!

    Love,
    Maria :)

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