Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Ooh that's exciting! and I await with anticipation too because our daughter-in-law has started having a few pains and she's not due for 6 weeks apx. I think they must be practise pains, but we will see.Our Mothers' Day was back in March and I had forgotten till this morning that yours is in May. How nice it was to turn on and read all these lovely posts.
The time of ripening, of fruits, veggies or our dear little ones under our hearts, seems to drag on, and test our patience...but soon it becomes just a very dim memory. My first was born at the end of May, early by a few days; second was born a month early with all the fears that brings, and third son came a few days late. The babies know what they're doing, or at least something inside seems to know!
So exciting for you! Mother's Day is in two week from now here but our children still gave us a call from the States.
Lovely picture. Once that arbitrary due date arrives time moves very slowly indeed. Happy Mother's Day.
Mothering and grandmothering combining to make a very special occasion indeed. Best wishes from across the pond.
Best wishes to moms and moms-to-be! xo
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