Tuesday, November 9, 2010

I gave birth to a grumpy old man….or….The most prayed for baby in the world!

**For the sake of privacy we decided to continue using "Piccadilly" in the public sector**

A couple hours old.



Our birth story.

Mom's Story
I will start where I left off in the last post. Technically I labored with irritable uterus contractions for 6 months but the 9 days leading up to delivery were the hardest of all the contractions as I was in the early and active phases of labor. As previously stated, I declined two attempts of inducement to see if baby would come on her own. So the day after my last post, Wednesday November 3rd, my hubby and I walked for five miles. I thought with baby being at zero station (meaning she couldn’t be any lower without actually starting to come out) dilated to a 4, and nearly completely effaced, that walking all day would do the trick. I had a doctor’s appointment for the next day (Thurs) and was excited to see where all that work had gotten me. They checked my cervix and guess what…..we were exactly where we had left off. I mean NOTHING had budged. You can only imagine my shock and horror!
(Something I forgot to mention in the last post was that baby was sunny side up so I had been back laboring the whole time….hence the extra pain and virtually NO sleep for 9 days). So there I sat in the docs office realizing what I had suspected all along and that was that my uterus did not have what it took to get this kid out. I accepted their third offer of inducement and we checked into labor and delivery on the morning of Thursday November 4th at 10:00am. They put me back on the Pitocin and I back labored for a few hours and still NO change in my cervix. Because of the way baby was oriented my cervix was really posterior facing and that was prohibiting progression. We tried everything to get her to flip around without success. Finally I gave in and said, “O.K. I am ready for you to break my water.” Before doing so, I made my nurses promise to let me labor in as many positions as could be allowed. I was determined not to lie laboring on my back in the bed like so many women end up doing.
We prepared the birthing room with a nice scented candle, low lights and a mix of music I had compiled weeks beforehand. All who entered the room commented on how nice and peaceful it was.
I was informed that induced contractions are exponentially harder than natural contractions and that I might want to change my mind about not wanting an epidural. I said that I understood and would keep an epidural in mind but that I wanted to go as far as possible without one. Once my water broke the contractions kicked into high gear. I was allowed to labor on a birthing ball which was nice…then when they started getting more painful I tried laboring on all fours. That seemed to be the most comfortable (and I laugh at the word “comfortable”) position to be in for my intense back pain. I also tried standing and squatting, and even one lying on my back (super bad idea)…but in the end, I decided that ”all fours” was the most manageable. Hubby was such a trooper with encouraging me and massaging my back and holding my hand.
My contractions never did establish a regular pattern. I would have three strong and long contractions right in a row with no rest in between and then 8 minutes of nothing then another strong contraction with one minute of rest then a contraction that would last 5 full minutes and so on.
If you are a women who has experienced this, I do not even have to begin to describe the pain…so I won’t. But I will just say that when I felt another one coming on I said, “Oh dear God, not again!” and then hubby would say, “You can do it…..just one more.” I never did scream (although I wanted to) but I just got into a pattern of breathing and moaning and crying and wishing I were dead already!
The pain got to the point where I requested an analgesic and they started one right away. When the first one had no effect they tried another one. I could feel the medicine making me a little woozy but it did nothing to even take the edge off the pain, so I finally said, “O.k. I have had enough!!! Give me an epidural NOW!!!!”
And God bless the person who invented the epidural and the man who administered it to me. It took a while to take effect as I had to suffer through several more contractions. Apparently, one of the analgesic drugs they gave me was counter effective to the epidural, and so they had to do some weird jiggity jogging to get things working right. Anyway, I was one tired but happy camper when it finally took effect. Once I was able to relax, my cervix was checked again and I was dilated to an 8-ish. I was so happy to hear that as I felt like I had just been ripped apart and loosely put back together again… I wanted to know that it was for something rather than nothing.
Since I held out so long without the epidural, when it finally set in, it was already time to push. This is when things really got interesting. One of the first things I noticed was how freaking huge my legs had become. They were retaining all the fluid from the I.V.’s that were being administered. So when I was told to hold my legs and push I didn’t recognize my own legs and since I couldn’t feel them it added another dimension to the surrealism of the experience. I felt detached from the lower half of my body.
As soon as I started pushing, I started feeling nauseous. Shortly after, baby’s heart rate dropped and they called in the “Big Daddy” doctors (that is what I call my fetal med docs). I was put on oxygen and started praying that this would not end in C-section. In between pushes I was vomiting, and the oxygen mask made everything even more awkward. A mirror was brought in so that I could see what was happening and it was meant to be encouragement to not give up. I was not really interested in all that though, since I was so intensely trying to focus on pushing effectively and not vomiting. This went on for a while but baby made progress. She seemed to be stuck right at the end and there was talk of getting the vacuum to help her out. My doc said I only had a few more good pushes so I gave it my very best and she finally arrived at 7:01pm. The doctors let me hold her for a second while daddy cut the umbilical cord and then she was whisked away and put on oxygen herself. I was so relieved when I heard her cry her first cry. Daddy spent time overseeing baby while I was getting stitched up. My perineum tore pretty badly (because my baby has such a fat head) and it took about 40 minutes to get stitched up.
While that was going on I was trying to catch glimpses of the creature that gave me such a hard time for 10 months. Daddy and I decided that she was grounded for the first week of life for all the trouble she caused. We placed a small wager on how much she would weigh; Daddy guessed 7 and ½ pounds and I was like “no way possible” since I only gained 13 pounds overall. My guess was 6 pounds something. Daddy was closest; she weighed 7lb5oz. Wow!!! I looked at her in wonderment….how on earth did I push that thing out??
We spent 3 days and 2 nights in the hospital and got zero sleep. I was already running a sleep deficit since I had labored for the previous nine days. But now that I’ve been home for a couple of days, with daddy’s help, I have been able to catch a few Zzzz’s here and there.
Today is Piccadilly’s 5th day of life outside the womb and she is thriving! We are breastfeeding and that is going well. I still have not heard her cry like she did when she first came out. She is a sweet healthy baby and I am ever so grateful. She is a miracle and an answer to all the prayers that were sent up for her around the world. I cry tears of joy every time I think about that. Seriously, it is so humbling to know how many people were pulling for us….and I am so happy to share such a wonderful outcome.
I am still in a fair amount of pain. I can’t sit, laugh, cough or sneeze but I am healing daily and I always have a smile on my face. We fell in love with little miss at first sight and we are enjoying all the funny faces and cooing sounds she makes. My love for my husband has grown so much. He is such a wonderful dad and is always talking about the fun adventures he is going to have with his daughter. I was worried how I would feel towards my pets after becoming a mom to a human but I am happy to report that I don’t love my pets any less than I did before, I just love my daughter more. So Yay for that!
36 weeks of vomiting, Irritable Uterus syndrome, Migraines, Acne, Heartburn from Hades, hyperthyroidism, insufficient cervix, Single Umbilical artery, 3 months of bed rest/light duty, preterm labor, 6 hospital admissions (none of which were self-admitted) and more stress than I have ever undergone in my entire life all equal the most precious thing I have ever laid my eyes on. Now it is our goal and duty to raise a responsible, compassionate, and contributing human being.
And lastly……Hallelujah for not being pregnant anymore!!!!!

Dad's Story
This has been the greatest experience of my life so far! I’m soooo impressed with my wife and couldn’t be happier with my daughter.
This was a very stressful pregnancy due to nausea, heart burn, and preterm labor. We were told by the doctors to expect a very early delivery. After 36 weeks of pregnancy, we walked MILES so baby would show up. Going in and out of the hospital with no baby was frustrating.
On Thursday 4 Nov 2010 I was really excited because I knew we had an appointment and would do anything to leave the hospital with our Piccadilly in the world. The videos we watched in birthing class showed women rocking gently and breathing deeply during labor but our experience was far more painful. I wanted to help Sherry more due to her extreme pain but all I could do was rub her back and encourage her. After the epidural she was more comfortable so the last two hours seemed better. I will never forget the crowning and actual delivery. Baby was gray on arrival and covered with vernix and blood. After her head and one shoulder were free, she popped out with such force the doctor had to catch her. She cried and the nurses suctioned the extra fluid out of her lungs then let mommy hold her. The doctor let me cut the umbilical cord. Finally, they cleaned baby and let me hold her.
We’ve had her at home for a few days now and I’m so proud of mom and baby. They have bonded beautifully and my love for them continues to grow. I can see Piccadilly becoming more alert and getting bigger every day. Her little baby smile melts my heart. I’m so glad we decided to try parenthood and hope Sherry and I will do a great job. I pray Piccadilly lives a long, healthy, and blessed life.
Daddy

92 comments:

Sparrow Kelley said...

Congratulations! She's adorable. :)

I feel your pain, as far as horror-birth stories go. Though ours ended with an emergency c-section. I'm so glad for you that yours ended differently!

.:Sparrow

Crazy Mom Tats! said...

Congratulations! And she's darling. I know she will make both of you very happy and I wish you all the best.

And thank heavens that part's over!

Karen said...

PRAISE BE TO GOD!! So-o-o-o happy to see your post and Piccadilly's picture. Wonderful to read your story AND Daddy's. You three are still being prayed for - with a lighter heart. You're a precious family. Karen in OR
PS Verification word is vighters. You've been successful Fighters through this.

Miranda said...

Like the pregnancy, the birth didn't go quite like you imagined it, but in the end it went, and that's all that matters. I've been worrying about you and imagining worst case scenarios at the birth-- I'm so happy that none of them came true! You and Picadilly are both safe, healthy, and happy. She's just as cute as we all knew she would be. Soon all the pain will fade, and you'll just remember the joy of the first time you held her.

Next thing you know, you'll be running like mad, trying to keep up with her as she explores the world! And in a few years, you'll be posting pics of her first pot, her first tatting, her first dye experiments...

tattabugg said...

I am crying tears of joy!! Congratulations!!!! Sherry, I had a similar birthing experience with my son and I know the pain! I am so glad it is all over for you. Your daughter is gorgeous! Enjoy that beautiful little blessing!

Tattingrid said...

Congratulations with your little baby!!

tattrldy said...

Oh, congratulations! I've been checking several times a day to see if there was any news. So good to see good news. It was painful to read how hard the labor was. But the end result is such a cute baby! May you recuperate quickly and enjoy every minute with Piccadilly. Blessings to all of you.

tara said...

Good grief, back labor too?

Thank goodness she is here and healthy and cutely cooing and melting your hearts with her precious smiles.

I'm so happy for your little family.
You're going to be amazing parents.

Sally Kerson said...

Many congratulations, so happy for you both.

Brenton-Encinas Trio said...

Wow she is beautiful!!! I see both of you in her. It is all worth it in the end, your beautiful baby girl.I love you guys.(crying) You are going to be great parents. I am so glad you decided to have a baby. She is here and she will melt your heart everyday even when she does cry. Let me now if you need anything, I will message my phone number on Facebook.

BabyMama said...

i just want to say it took me 30 minutes to read this. in between sentences, i had a 4 month old on my boob, while she was eating, she shat on me and herself and the bed. i got her cleaned up, myself cleaned up, and started reading again. this is when she decided to spit up EVERYWHERE. so we are now on our third outfit since i began reading. and thru the tears of joy and awe at the three of you, i am smiling at my little bundle of mishap. i hope yall have plenty of clothes! while it is never easy (typing one handed here!) it us often fun and always wonderful. Sherry, you are such a trooper and hugs to andy for his support! welcome to the best part of your life.
hope to see yall soon!

Isdihara said...

Oh, what a sweet, beautiful, precious girl, your Piccadilly! Call me crazy, but I sit here cooing at the computer screen and can't take my eyes off her. Congratulations to both proud parents!

Dibs on holding her! (Heh, heh, I know my chances are slim to none, based on geography alone, so why not call dibs?)

Thank you for sharing your story with us. It has been a long journey, but from the looks of that gorgeous girl, SO WELL WORTH IT.

Big Hugs!

tatkrazy said...

Congratulations Mom and Dad. She's absolutely gorgeous!
Love to you all, Heidi

Tatfully Yours said...

Congrates, congrates, congrates!!!! She is sooooo beautiful!!!

I`ll leave you with a saying at someone told me before my son was born `Love never divides. It only multiples!`

BIGGEST HUGS to all three of you!!!

Susanne said...

Congratulations with your lovely daughter.

Fox said...

FINALLY! Nicely done! CONGRATULATIONS! How wonderful hearing from both of you today. She is absolutely gorgeous!


Fox : ) ♥♥♥

Gina said...

Long journey there but so worth it. Glad all is well. Enjoy these quiet moments. Congrats to you both!

Carol Lawecki said...

She is beautiful! Congratulations!! Enjoy your little girl!!

Josie Passell said...

Oh I am soooo pleased your beautiful daughter has made her way into the world. I have been checking every day for news.
Congratulations to you and your husband and well done to all the hospital staff.

Jane Eborall said...

Phewwww, at long last!!! I've been checking your blog nearly every hour for days. CONGRATULATIONS to both of you. SO good to see Picadilly at last.

am I still me? said...

Many congrats!!!!!!! What a blessing! Oh, Happy Day!

Krystle said...

Sherry! Oh I am so happy for you! This is an amazing journey, and you have every right to be darn proud of yourself. I cannot fathom what you have been through, I've had two myself of course but I stand in awe of your strenght and faith. I am so glad to see you enjoy your sweet reward at the end of all of this! What a sweet wonderful baby..... thank you Jesus for a healty little girl!

Evil said...

Congrats guys! So happy for you both! Can't wait to see the little one zooming on a snowboard!

Love you!

Denise Felton said...

YEA!!!! I love happy endings! Everybody healthy and happy. And what a gorgeous little girl you made! *happy dance happy dance happy dance*

Ladytats said...

Congratulations! blessings on all of you and thanks be to God for a safe delivery. she is a cutie and will be a heart breaker when she grows up.

Love to you all from all of us.

Beverley (Western Australia) said...

Congratulations to you all. I'm reading this in the morning before work and it's given me a happy start to my day. : ) Bev

Quayceetatter said...

FINALLY!!!! The bundle of JOY has arrived. I am very happy she is healthy, with all your probelms I was concerned like all Mothers!!
Enjoy every minute and Congrat...

Maureen said...

Wonderful news! - now all the pain will fade in your memory, and you have a most beautiful baby daughter.You must let Ridgetatter know, she has been worrying about you on her blog!

Elizabeth said...

She is beautiful. She will be worth all you went through. I don't know that I know anyone who has gone through what you did. Your baby is blessed to have two such loving parents.

Beelizabeth said...

I'm so happy it's finally over and you have a healthy baby. I had all back labor, too- it's not fun. But in the end it is well worth it-- except now the real work begins- night time feedings, terrible twos, teenagers...lol.

Sharren - Tatting in Greenwood, South Carolina said...

Congratulations to all three of you! May God continue to richly bless you all!

Sharon D. said...

FINALLY! CONGRATULATIONS!! Ihave been checking at least twice a day waiting for the news. What a beautiful baby girl you have.

TypsTatting said...

Congratulations on the birth of your lovely daughter!

tatterjil said...

aww, so very cute. So glad she is safely out and you are both doing well.

Singtatter said...

Congratulations!!! Wishing her all the best!

Maggie Brown said...

She is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful and personal story. Congratulations to all three of you. I hope you enjoy the midnight feeding as much as I did with my baby. There is something magical about sharing the moonlight and the quiet when it is just the two of you. Even after my son would sleep through the night, I would get out of his crib and go rock him just to be able to hold him. Enjoy the adventure, it goes way too fast.

Donna said...

Praise be to God! She is beautiful. I am so happy for you and your little family.

Grizzly Mountain Arts said...

Congratulations on your beautiful baby girl! So glad all three of you are doing well :)

Dave and Jo

victats@gmail.com said...

That's wonderful news! After all that everything else will be a peice of cake! Congratulations! Lots of love and good wishes for your baby.

Jill said...

congratulations! what a pretty tiny smile :)

TAT19540 said...

Congrats! What a beautiful baby! I am happy for both of you. There is nothing like children! May you have all the blessings that come with being a parent!

Deb said...

Congrats to All! What a beautiful baby! Nice post from the daddy, too!

Kathy Niklewicz said...

I knew as soon as I went out I'd miss the news! I also had been checking on the hour! As I had hoped, she arrived a few days ago and you were finally getting some rest!!!
What a delight to see how BEAUTIFUL she is - what sweet photos! And 7 lb.5 oz !!!! This saga has certainly been 'one for the books!'

CONGRATULATIONS to all of you, and especially to you, Sherry, for your incredible courage and strength.

WELCOME PICCADILLY - at last!! You have a very special Mom and Dad!!!

Clyde said...

Congratulations all three of you. Daddy your story made me cry as it reminded me of the birth of my daughter. The birth is such an amazing process and the first sight of baby, takes your breath away. She is a real cutie and Daddy and Mommy watch out for she will melt your hearts over and over, it is one of the joys of parenthood.

sewmuchfun4 said...

CONGRATULATIONS!

She is SO sweet!

Your labor sounds VERY tough, but you made me laugh because I could SO relate to your "freakishly large legs" comment because I thought the same thing - where'd these come from?

Enjoy all that lovely cuddliness!

:) Ann

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Piccadilly is beautiful! Congratulations to you both! I hope you enjoy being a parent as much as I have. Children truly are a blessing!

Imoshen said...

Congratulations to your family! I am so happy for all of you. I'm sorry you had to go through so much pain, but glad that you at least gave your birth plan a try. I wish you all the very best. What a wonderful feeling it must have been to finally hold your little girl in your arms. *hugs*

Becky said...

I am so relieved that she has arrived healthy and safe. Of course you'd end up with back labor the way everything was going! That is no fun! God Bless!

Tudy said...

Congratulations to all. She is beautiful.

connie said...

I've been waiting to exhale too!
What a pretty little smile your new daughter has.
I read Mommy's story and Daddy's story, I'd love to hear Picadilly's take of her entrance into your life.
Congratulations,the world needed more people like you and your husband and now there is one more.

Cindy said...

Oh Sherry, she's beautiful. I'm so happy for the three of you. Congratulations as you begin this new chapter of your lives. The chapter has been rough, but I predict a "happily ever after" ending. Give your little girl a big hug from all of her online god-parents.

Suztats said...

Welcome Piccadilly! Blessings to you all! What wonderful news! So good to know you are all doing well. What a cutie!

H J Hess said...

Congratulations!
God bless you all and keep you safe and healthy.
Big hugs!!!
.

umintsuru said...

Piccadilly is just beautiful. Congratulations to you both.

Tattips said...

Congratulations! Picadilly is a lovely baby.

Anonymous said...

Congratulation!!!! I'am so happy for you. You have such beautiful baby girl.
Bonnie

zarina said...

And I thought that was her real name. Congratulations to you and your family.

Patty C. said...

Congratulations !!!! I am so thrilled - All is well - As it should be - Blessings to your family but most especially to piccadilly !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
She is BEAUTIFUL

Jeanie said...

Congratulations and Welcome Miss Piccadilly !
She's such a cutie !

I wish you a speedy recovery and many many happy moments together :)

Jane S. said...

I could just cry, I'm so happy for you! She is a sweet, beautiful little girl and could not be more loved.

Dorella said...

Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!! Piccadilly is adorable.

***Jon**** said...

Congratulations to Mummy and Daddy and little Piccadilly. She is a beautiful girl, grumpy or not, and will be even prettier when all grown up. Wishing all three of you the best.

Riet the B-engel from Holland said...

Hi happy famely,
Congratulations to you all. I was wondering, every morning, if there would be a message yes the baby arrived. Burning candles and asking for help for you.
I hope everything will go well now and I burn a candle to say thank you.
Greetings from Riet the B-engel

Frivolina said...

Congratulations! She is beautiful little girl:)

Chiara said...

Sherry!! God bless you all!! you little girl is a cute sweet preciuos angel!! I love the picture where she is smiling!!!
Congratulations to you and hubby!! I am cring tears of joy for you!!

❦TattingChic said...

Congratulations to the whole fam damily! What a cute baby! :D

Shannan said...

Congratulations!

csipkelelkű said...

Beautiful little lady! Congratulations!

Lily said...

So Glad to see such a wonderful post from you!!

Even more glad to see that everyone is healthy and happy!

Thanks to Daddy for sharing his memories, and thanks to you for sharing yours! It was like getting to be there with you.

Thanks for the photos - she's beautiful! I imagine a lovely little girl running around the house with curly little pigtails (or ponytails), happily singing 'mommy, mommy look what I've done!' and 'swing me, daddy!... higher!'

It was worth the wait - I'm sure!
You brave, wonderful people will make great parents!

Ridgewoman said...

BIG SIGH OF RELIEVE AND PRAISE TO GOD FOR GIVING YOU GRACE AND STRENGTH AND A GOOD MAN!
My first was a feet-first, situated backwards, the pit cylinder (in those days it was a thing you breathed with) was empty and I felt as though someone hit me between the legs with an AX.
I can tell you this now, because I don't like pre birth horror stories for expectant mothers and you were having troubles enough. I DID scream! Kudos to you!

Ok, take care of yourself and baby girl; and give Daddy a hug for me. BTW my second one was only 1 big push and she plopped out! The third was 10 lbs and a bit more work; but, I had a spinal. (no more first experiences for me, thank you) I am glad that you had such a good medical team helping you ~ that is a big comfort we didn't have back in the day. No empathy from those women or doctor. Yet, I did it 3 times! God does give us amnesia!

Happy Happy dance for you…love Grams

yarnplayer said...

What a healthy-looking baby! Congratulations, and hoping you'll have truckloads of joy and fun times ahead.

Marty said...

Hooray,hooray! She's an adorable baby. Congratulations on your courage and perseverance, the worldwide tatting community has been very anxious about you and sweet Picadilly. I hope she's given you her complete life-time quota of trouble already. ;) Glad to see she made her appearance and everyone is fine. It's obvious that you are both delighted with her -- lucky baby!

Tatman said...

CONGRATULATIONS Momma Sherry and Picadilly!!!!! What a long waited blessed event!

I like your hubby's story...short, sweet and to the point!!! LOL!
I will have to grab a cuppa and sit a while to read momma's version ;)

Trayna said...

CONGRATULATIONS Sherry - it really WAS worth all the hassle wasn't it!
She's gorgeous

MimiD said...

Sherry, congratulations to you and the Daddy. I'm proud of all three of you, but mostly you. You lasted until she was 7 lb 5 oz, and gave birth naturally too! I'm in awe. Love to all 3 of you, Mimi

Bonnie said...

Welcome to the world, Picadilly!

She's beautiful, Sherry!

Val said...

Yay, Sherry, great job!

CONGRATULATIONS to you and your DH on the arrival of your little bundle of joy. Good to meet Picadilly too. :)

Val

Kelly said...

I am so happy for you all. I am also so relieved to hear that Picadilly is doing fine, and that Sherry is starting to recover. I've been so worried for your little family, and now the relief I feel for you is just as great as the concern has been. Thank you so much for sharing your stories.

Anke said...

Happy Birthday to Piccadilly and Congratulations to the proud parents! So all went well at last... You had a very hard time but now you can ENJOY!!! Wishing all the best for your whole little family!
Anke

Tatskool said...

Congratulations on becoming a family at last. She was so worth it, she is gorgeous. Enjoy her and take lots of rest.
Hugs

Tatteristic! said...

Yay, congratulations to you, Daddy and Picadilly. She is gorgeous and both of you did such a fantastic job. Blessings to all!

Susan said...

Congratulations to all of you! You did one terrific job, and she is a beauty! Congrats to daddy, too. I am so glad everything came out great and praise God for a happy ending. Now the REAL fun begins!

Randi said...

Congratulations and praise God from Whom all blessings flow!

battatter said...

OMG! I am so proud of you! You did it! She is a beautiful miracle! I am ever so happy for you and your great husband.
Enjoy her, and give her some kisses from me and Rebel!

Bri's Bits said...

Huge congrats!!!

ancolie said...

Congratulations!
Thank you for the photos of your lovely Baby I wish you all the best.
Ancolie(France)

Sapna said...

Congratulations Sherry! She is an angel and I mean this literally. GOD put you through all this so that you can bring an angel home.

I hope and pray she grows stronger each day and has a healthy and a beautiful life to look forward to.

I am so happy for you and Andy! God Bless the three of you. :)

Elizabeth said...

So glad to hear this news. God bless your family.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

A big Congratulation on your sweet angel coming into this world. You did a great job. Hugs Judy

Ann Kimmich said...

Congratulations Sherry! I had no idea you were pregnant and I check your blog only to see an adorable precious baby. How awesome for you guys. Enjoy every second of being a mom. It's truly a privilege.
Ann

Kathy said...

Sherry and DH,
Congratulations on the birth of your little angel. She is adorable and now you will have one more blessing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Lily said...

How is everybody doing?

Hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving holiday!!

Can't wait for more bloggings