Friday, November 13, 2009

Happy Halloween and waiting for new sister

The holidays are so much fun when you have little ones around, Madison is our four year old. She was a black cat for Halloween and I must say a beautiful one. She and her Mom and Dad had big plans to celebrate with trick or treating and Boo at the Zoo but Mother nature did not cooperate and it came a down pour that lasted the evening and most of the night.
She still had a great time.
We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of her baby sister. As per this weeks doctor visit he says probably on the 22 of this month. Guess we will have a thanksgiving baby. Madison is so excited for her arrival. Her name will be Morgan Page Elaine Mullins. She will have the third name in honor of her Aunt Stacey, my daughter who we lost earlier this year. Time goes by so fast. She has been gone for 8 months now. God takes one life and sends another, We found out just a couple weeks after Stacey passed that Morgan was on the way. She will be her guardian angel. Give your children an extra hug and kiss this evening as you do not know how many more days you will have together. I know in my heart she is in a better place and We will all see each other again someday. Miranda also had planned a big
party for Halloween which also got rained out.

We will let you know when she arrives.
God Bless.


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Hi Judy! Isn't she just the prettiest little kitty cat ever?!?!

Can't wait to hear that the newest little Mullins has arrived. I know she will be so loved. Of course God never replaces those we've lost, but He does give us sweet bundles of joy to help divert our attention from sadness and adds new love to our lives. This also happened when I lost my precious grandmother and sweet little Autumn arrived.

Much Love,
Angelic Accents


This posting is so purrrrr-fect for me...grand-babes...belly bumps and the wait! Our Jalina Rose is coming Monday for way or the other! PS hugs to you!

Meg said...

I am so sorry to hear of your loss but my tears are a kindred sort. We lost our son Jonathan last October 17, one year and I grieve still, but not without hope. My daughter will give birth to the first boy in the family since Seth, 27 years ago, he is due on Christmas and his name will be Caleb Jonathan after his uncle. You are right , time is short and the Lord does give and take away, all perfectly timed with love and wisdom. Many Blessings to you and yours. Meg