Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The 80's prom.....thank God for family & friends...

Dear Baby G, 

When we left the office the first time, we both wanted to do whatever we could to make the money so that we could bring you into this world.  We brain stormed for our entire walk from the Hospital down to the ferry dock.  Finally we came up with a plan, your Daddy would sell his Kidney on the black market.....No just kidding we would do something more fun then that! What you ask? An 80's prom. I will add more pictures to this post as they come in but enjoy the ones we put up right now! 

The 80's prom was so much fun! We sold tickets in many locations and we were able to sell a fair amount of them.  

We had Uncle Jeff and his band play for us and a great guy name Jim came and blasted the 80's music when the band was on break. The place we held the prom at was at the Eagles hall in Poulsbo and we didn't have to decorate to much because this lodge is in a constant time warp of being trapped into the 80's already!   
The Olympic photo group came and set up and took some really fun pictures of the people that were there in their crazy get ups! It was so much fun I couldn't get the smile off my face the entire night. 
You see my sweet baby of mine, you are not just wanted from Mommy and Daddy but an entire community of friends, family and loved ones that want you as part of their world as well. You aren't even here yet my love, yet you are wanted, needed and loved so very much.  You have Grandparents that are so excited to have you & to hold you and watch as you grow. 

You have Aunts and Uncle's and cousins that can't wait for you to be a part of our family.  Our close friends are excited to pay back the favor of having them be "aunties & uncles" to you like we have been to their children for so many years. 

Our hearts are ready for you! We love you so much already and just the idea of you fills me like I have never been filled before.  I have yet to feel this much hope and joy. Waiting for you is the hardest thing I have ever had to do, but you will be worth all the waiting. 

Love always, 
Your mommy.


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