October 1, 2004

Have you seen this yet?
Normally, I wouldn't think too much about the possibility of a volcanic eruption on the other side of the country; however, my husband and this volcano have a history. You see, Michael, a first born son, was born on May 17th, 1980. The following day, Mount St. Helens welcomed him into the world. Now I've never had a problem being married to a man whose birth coincides with a natural disaster, but I don't know what to think if his first born son's arrival is also marked by activity from the same volcano.
In preparation of our new child, I've been plugging away at the baby afghan.
There are only a couple more inches until the halfway point.
We've passed the 100 day mark, just one week left until we're in the third trimester!

Posted by crsattic at 3:15 PM | 4 Comments



Happy 3rd Trimestering!

Kitty Pi's looking so pretty!

Maybe you should approach things from the position that only certain special people are welcomed by a volcano and that for Mount St. Helens to be rumbling in preparation for the new baby means that he is going to be as special as his daddy!

Wow I thought you were so much older than just 24 I am older than you wowow Im amazed Im still in school not even close to married or having my second kid. WOW.

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