Sunday, July 30, 2006

Tommorrow is the big day. Kelly and I head to the hospital in the morning, and will meet our son sometime tomorrow. We are both excited, and doing our best to be calm and "business as usual" for Elia's sake. It will be a big adjustment for all of us, but mostly for Elia who is used to dominating both of our time. She is a special little girl, and will be a wonderful big sister. I feel lucky to have 2 amazing women in my life. I'll update things here when I get a chance. Think good thoughts, I know Kelly will do another phenomenal job, and our son will be a welcome addition to the family!


Wendy Berrell said...

We're up here in northern MN at my Dad's place... my bro and his family just left. We're all thinking of your family as you head into tomorrow. Drop a line asap and let us know how everything goes... you'll meet your son tomorrow - wow!


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