1 year ago today was the beginning of long road to where we are to today. A small part of myself met up with a small part of Jess in Somerset, NJ (Which by the way took some pretty slick coordinating by the medical professionals 😉 ). The result was nothing short of a miracle! Every appointment, shot, surgery, and heartache, was well worth it. For all who have been through the journey, or are just starting, don’t ever give up!! I would not be the person I am today if I had. This process made me a better man, a better father. Without this I would never have met the most precious little miracle that fills my life with joy and pride. My Baby Girl!
My Baby Landyn at 14 weeks 5 days old
Landyn wanted to wish everyone a safe healthy and happy new year!
Happy New year!!
I guess I kind of fell of the map there for a little bit!! All I can say is where does the time go!! It seems as if it was only yesterday that we were getting ready to head to the hospital. The days have melted into each other, and we are 1 day away from being 5 weeks in. The best, most tiring, rewarding 5 weeks of my life. I find a little more time each day to get things done, and this blog is nearing the top of my list. I’m working on Landyn’s birth story, and some milestone updates. Everyone is healthy and happy, and Jess is slowly on the mend. Landyn is experiencing her first “blizzard” today, which is not a promising start to the winter for us. Anyway, I really wanted to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season, and hope that 2011 rings in a new super fertile year!!!! I am definitely going to continue writing, I just need to figure out where I want to go with this blog.
Landyn really wanted to share her holiday picture with everyone, so here it is!
Thank you all for your support over the past couple of years, it has and will always mean the world to us!!
I would like to introduce our little IVF miracle. Please welcome into the world our baby daughter Landyn Genevieve, Born 11/22/10, at 10:26am, 7lbs 0oz, 19 3/4in. Perfect in every way, and truly a precious miracle!
1 more evening. 1 more dinner. 1 more sleep. 1 more night till the beginning of the rest of our lives. I don’t have many words, pictures, or witty sayings for this week. All I have is 1 day more until everything we’ve prayed, dreamed, hoped, and cried for arrives. Tomorrow we welcome our little miracle into the world!