Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Quite Unexpectedly

Kaiya's birthday was Sunday. So hard to believe how my little one is growing so quickly. Already four, wow! It was a lovely day. Unfortunately I was so busy I didn't get around to taking but just a few pictures of her opening gifts and they were all pretty stinky. But she was happy and loved everything. I'll try to get some pics of the other things I made later this week.

In other news, we discovered several weeks ago that we are expecting baby #3. Due mid-January but with my track record I'm not really expecting it to come til the end of the month/beginning of February. This was a surprise to us, not unwelcome though. So far I am feeling thoroughly disgusting and sick. I really can't wait for this stage to pass. Perhaps this time we will get a boy....

16 comments:

Christie Cottage said...

Looks like she was enjoying opening her presents! Congratulations on #3 :-)

BellaPepper said...

Congradulations!!!

p.s. Did the birthday girl like her doll?

Julie said...

Thank you! And yes, she thought the doll was "beautiful".

Stacey said...

Very sweet and congratulations on your good news!!

Laura B said...

Congraulations!

KnitterMama said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We are about to have number three--should be interesting!

Rachel Kovaciny said...

Hooray! So excited for you. Hope you feel lots better soon, though.

Bumpkin Bears said...

such a sweet photo and congratulations on your wonderful news. Hugs, Catherine

Alisa said...

Congratulations, Julie!!!

Happy Birthday, Kaiya!

jk said...

Congratulations and I hope you're feeling a bit better... I love the gnome playscape you made!!!

Valerie said...

How exciting!! Congratulations, and happy birthday to Kaiya!!!! :-)

Fada Moranga said...

Hello Julie!

Congratulations!!! :-)

You left a very sweet comment on my blog some time ago... When your blog was "Knitsational" and I want to thank you for that! At the time I didn't quite understand how this blogging life worked and I was not used to answer comments. I just didn't know any better.

Thank you so much for the lovely words you left me here: http://fadamorangashop.blogspot.com/2008/03/fada-moranga-loves-alice-cherry-blossom.html

I wish you all the best!
Fada Moranga***

Steff said...

Will you be sharing the doll pattern someday? I love it!

Julie said...

Thanks Steff! I will be sharing it...hopefully soon.

Steff said...

Thanks Julie! I'll keep my eye out for it. Next I'll need to find some gorgeous yarn like you used. I'm also hoping to try out your radish pattern I found on ravelry.

Steff said...

Thanks Julie! I look forward to making a cute version of your doll for my daughter. You are very talented, I must say!

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