Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Better Late Than Never


I realized after reading Amy P's comment on the Dusseldorf post that I never officially announced that Baby 3 is on the way. Partly because we told our family and a few friends right before leaving for our trip (in fact I put some not-so-subtle clues in the instruction manual I left for my parents). And partly because I wasn't that far along and went to the OB the day before we left on our trip. But I am now 12ish weeks along, a revised date after a sonogram last week pushed my due date back a week--which is what happened with Benjamin. And we've all seen the results of that. So, I'm a bit wary of how big this one could be. My mom and I mused that maybe this one will surprise us and be a tiny, petite, little thing--and then we laughed. We make 'em big and we make 'em cute. The official due date is now June 13th, a week before my dad leaves for Costa Rica on a mission trip so maybe he'll be able to swing through here and take a peek at the newest grandbaby before leaving.
We waited to tell the kiddos until after the sonogram and were able to share the pictures with them (well, R, at least. B had his truck book and could care less). She was tickled! All giggles and smiles and confident that this will be a girl baby since we already have a boy baby. We pointed out that we already have a girl too, but in her mind she figures she has a little brother, now she needs a little sister. We keep reminding her that it could be a boy too, but she's keeping to the power of positive thinking. She has named the baby Nose, for whatever reason, which is why she will not have a vote in any future naming decisions. Of course, we do still need something to call Baby in utero since we don't reveal the name until birth. Any suggestions?

5 comments:

Debby Sutton said...

Keep up the positive thinking -- call Baby, "Munchkin."

So thrilled for you!

patti said...

"The bean"

Okay, and I must point out, Nose is not bad. She could have gone for "soaking"

I LOVE R!!! and you too! So happy!

Nana said...

At this particular moment, Baby Fleming looks a bit like a small elephant (I'm sure that's not a trunk, but it sort of looks like one). How about Horton? R should like that.

Scribbling Suit said...

I do believe that is an arm and hopefully not portending a Fleming nose--they do run rather big on the male side.

Leslie said...

Congratulations, A!