Saturday, September 20, 2008

24 hours

I can remember the last time I stayed up for 24 hrs straight. Yesterday. The last time before that? I have no clue whatsoever. But last night- I remember vividly. And I probably always will. Last night was the first time I got to see the Miracle of Birth. That may sound odd- as I have experienced that 3 times- but I never saw it. Experiencing it and seeing it are very different. Both wonderful, amazing, shocking, astounding, fantastic, absolutely awesome. But very different. What I am getting at is that my lovely Sister-in-law had her son today. At 3:15am. I was honored to be allowed to be with her and my Brother-in-law through the whole ordeal. Their son, Owen, was 8lbs, 4oz, strong, healthy, and lovely. They were all amazing. I must say- for me, it is easier to experience than to watch someone go through. Wow, what a strong woman.
Really, there's not much more I can say. Other than: we're tired. We're going to sleep now.


lizzzknits said...

Congratulations! And enjoy the new little family member. Sweet Dreams.

Lupie said...

Hi new Lesser Know Skein! I love your blog and will visit and comment often.
You are a lucky person. I hope to share my grandbabies births someday.

Fran said...

Congratulations! I love your blog Titleblock picture.

Amber (RockfieldQH) said...

Congrats on the new nephew! Even just witnessing someone giving birth is exhausting, isn't it?!