…And Then There Were Four

I have a confession.  I had this fear throughout my entire pregnancy that I wouldn’t have enough space in my heart to love another child as much as Georgia.  I knew I would love him but was concerned that I wouldn’t have the same burn-your-heart, over-the-top, out of control kind of love that I have for her.  Let me tell you, the minute he blessed this world on 12.14.13 every concern I had was thrown out the window…and driven over with an infinite amount of semi trucks.  Wow.

So friends, let me introduce to you the newest peach I have been blessed enough to nourish.  Jude Robert.  7 Pounds 10 Ounces of pure, innocent, unbelievable perfection.  Our family could not feel an ounce more love for him…he fits like a glove 🙂

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Please forgive me while I take a little time away.  We have lots of loving to do around here.  xo

7 thoughts on “…And Then There Were Four

  1. OMG I am so excited for you and Nick ~ and of course Georgia! He is absolutely perfect! Could he have any more hair? Thank you for sharing! Grandma Kathy is over the moon for him and shared a photo of her holding Jude! Congratulations and have a wonderful Christmas with this little miracle!

  2. Congratulations!!! You’re family is absolutely beautiful!!! Isn’t it amazing how much love your heart can hold??!!! I had the same fear during my second pregnancy:)

  3. Congratulations to you! He is adorable.

    On a side note – I just realized today that we have a connection. Anna Brett had told me about your blog awhile back, and I noticed today that we’re both Twin Cities Moms Blog contributors. 🙂 I wish I had been able to stay at the meeting that day and chatted with you!

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