Thursday, September 25, 2008

September 26, 2008

That's right, tomorrow,My Princess will turn 6 years old!
Just 6 years ago I delivered her at 2:21 in the morning.
Less than 3 hours of labor, about 3 pushes and there she was.
I was probably in labor for longer than that, but I slept through it.
If it makes anyone feel better..I haven't slept much since.
I can hardly believe it has been so long
since we had her and yet I find it hard to remember
what it was like to be childless..must be all the sleep deprivation.;-)
Farmer Dad took a vacation day, so we can spend the day together.
Breakfast out? Lunch? Dinner? A fun outing? Stay home and watch the rain?
Nothing is set in stone..I'll post some pictures when I can.
Keep your fingers crossed for no rain on Sunday...PLEASE!?!
My house is not big enough for all the friends and family who plan on being here.


patience said...

Happy birthday to Princess!!! I wish her the sunniest, happiest birthday imaginable :-)

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

Happy Birthday Princess!!!!!! I wish her the happiest birthday. I do hope it doesn't rain. I know what you mean when it's easier for everyone to be outside. Can't wait to see pics.

Naomi said...

i never should have told the peanut about the party, every morning she asks me if it's sunday yet and asks if you're going to bake a party cake.

reprehriestless warillever said...

Happy birthday, P!

Frankie said...

Great-big Happy Birthday Wishes to Princess! I hope you have a wonderful day!

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday P! Wishing for good weather.

8)(8 said...

Happy Birthday P! I hope she has a wonderful day!

Angela said...

Happy Birthday princess! As it is now Monday, I am sincerely hoping that the rain was west of you all, and that you didn't get pelted like we did! Hope the party went well!

Cher Mere said...

Wonderful memories. Hugs on the special day.

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