Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Virtual Coffee

join me for coffee!

If we were meeting for coffee this morning I would find the comfiest chair and settle in with a bottle of water, explaining that coffee would keep the baby awake tonight.

I would tell you how God is using this season of change in my life to smooth away some of the rough edges.

I would tell you how proud I am of this little guy. He is seven weeks old today and has recently started smiling real smiles! He is a very content baby and had his best night of sleep ever last night.

The ladies of our church had a baby shower for us last week, so I would be sure to show you pictures.

Can you tell that's my mom? She gave the most powerful devotion I have ever heard at a shower. Everyone had tears in their eyes.

(My favorite gift)

I would probably whine for a minute about the continuing battle with mastitis.

What would you have to say?

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  1. I'd say thanks for the coffee, and I ogle that precious baby of yours, and I'd volunteer to wash your dishes maybe. New motherhood is such a blessing and a challenge. Oh, and I'd probably leave a meal for your freezer-- just for whenever-- because I get it. :)

  2. Real smiles are life changing. It is funny how much they imbed themselves deeper and deeper into our soul. And mastis... well that is tough. OUCH! I, too, would leave a frozen lasagna. Cause that is what Italians do. :)

  3. I would tell you I am sorry you are dealing with mastitis painful, i remember that feeling! What asweet little guy you have there, so cute!
    Thanks for joining in for coffee this week!

  4. Oh honey... mastitis is the worst :( hang in there... lots and lots of warm compresses...
    But what a sweetie!


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