Sunday, January 13, 2008

Ready!

I'm full-term (37 weeks), which means Evangeline could join us any day!

Mr. Miller reminds me from across the room that most women don't deliver their first baby early. Sad.

9 comments:

Rachel said...

Bethany I am so excited for you!! I will be praying for you and your little lady to be safe and sound!

Simple Joys said...

If you are like me, the first one comes right on time ... to the day... that responsible first born. But YOU and Evie were two weeks early! :-)

Heather said...

God gave us husbands to keep us grounded in reality! Thank him for it (and then remind me of this in another month). Although I'm hoping that you get to meet her face to face before that formidable "due date".

Chris said...

The thing about man-assigned due dates is that God has his own time table! So as you keep your eyes on him, may each day of waiting before (or after!) that BIG date be full of his love, wisdom and provision for the birth and your new time with a wee one!

Evangeline's Grami said...

Keith also came on his due date!

Emily said...

Tommy was a responsible firstborn, coming on his duedate, too. I think my doctor just told me firstborns come late because he was going to be out of town on my duedate...but that's another story...

Hayler said...

oh yeah...well Tory was born right at 37 weeks. First baby. Yep, I agree with everyone else and you...you never know. Can't wait to see her little face! Will be praying!

H

Ornery's Wife said...

Despite the discomfort of toting the little one around on the inside, I hope you will relish each of these last days before her birth. Time spent with your man alone are numbered, and once children come the days are never quite the same. So, while it is certainly tempting to wish the days past quickly, I urge you to savor their sweetness, the anticipation and your togetherness as just you two.
Lovingly,
TM

Zach and Kaley Miller said...

Bethany, I logged onto your site tonight to see what the latest news was since I have been thinking of you and am excited for the arrival of the newest little Miller into the world. You just never know when... it's part of the, ahem, "fun". I echo Tracy's words. Relish these days as much as you can. Sounds like you are as I loved your "Sundays" blog. Sundays will change, but you will embrace it, because that's what you have been doing. God is ever Faithful and ever Constant, and He will be your guide. Praying for you!