Thursday, May 26, 2005

Second Post

Hello everyone -

This is my second post. I lost my first post. Don't even ask me how I did that. I could not even begin to explain where in the heck it is. I guess in cyberspace. Last night I went back to my first post and tried to add on to what I had already written. It took me forever to get to the creat post and the next thing I know it isn't there anymore. Oh well. It's really okay. I'll just start over.

As I was saying, you will always see me writing about my children and grandchildren. I love them all dearly. They are truly my life. We are still awaiting the birth of my third grandchild. I think that "he" may be a bit stubborn. He doesn't want to leave his mommy's womb. If he could only know how excited we are to meet him. I keep thinking about this little darling and wondering how much he will be like either of his parents. They are both very attractive people, my son more on the quiet side and my daughter in law very soft spoken. We just want him to hurry and get here. We want to be able to hold him and smell the sweetness that babies emit. Their soft skin and the adorable sounds they make. All the things that bring back memories to the day that my son was born. Please hurry little one!

Tuesday, May 24, 2005


Originally uploaded by Ciao Bella.

Here I am, Yep that's right, KELLIBELLYS mama!

Monday, May 23, 2005

First Post

This is my "first post", so I am a little nervous. My daughter, Kelli Belly, encouraged me to start blogging. I think that blogging is a great way to express oneself! My late husband always encouraged me to keep a diary, but I was always resistant. But, it is never to late to start blogging so here I am.
First of all I must say that you will here me talk over and over again about my children, grandchildren and friends. They are the things that really make me happy. I have been blessed over the years with so much. But, the real purpose for my being is the fact that I now have grandchildren. They are even better than your own children and that is hard to believe!
My oldest granddaughter is 4.5 years old. She counts down the days of the week until the weekend and then says to me, "I can spend the night, right mom-mom?" She always seems to know how many days are left before she can spend the night. And of course, I think she is just toooooooooooooooo smart! She likes to sleep in mom-mom's big king size bed. Someday, all three of the little darlings will be spending the night with me and sleeping in mom-mom's big bed! And I am so looking forward to that!