01 July 2009

As promised!

Here she is! This is one of the pictures from the ultrasound on Monday. I love looking at her nose an mouth in this one-I think it is pretty clear. I am giggling as I look at the sidebar where it says she has hit the 2 pound mark. She actually is almost 3 pounds! We are getting quite excited for her arrival in mid-September.

Thanks so much for the prayers for Peter this morning. He did really well. He was very nervous-kind of had that deer caught between the headlights look on his face for most of Mass, but he was paired with an older server who led him through what he needed to do. He only missed one of the times he was supposed to ring the bells at Consecration (there are 3), but Father went through it with him after Mass. The look on his face when he walked out of Church after Mass was one of happiness that he had done it. He is looking forward to his next time (which is next week!).
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SAHMinIL said...

congrats :)

Amy said...

Awwwww! :P

Nancy said...

Congratulations to Peter! Way to go! He'll be a pro in no time at all!
Your new daughter is gorgeous! She's going to look just like her mother...I can tell!

Jamie said...

Oh, she is beautiful!! I got a new picture on Monday too, and she now takes up the whole picture with her head, they grow so fast!! I forgot to ask how much she weighed, Oh, well, I will next week!

Glad Mass went good this morning, I can't wait for when my son can serve!

Lisha said...

The ultrasound picture just gave me the biggest smile from ear to ear. She is beautiful!!

Aussie Therese said...

oh Therese. She is precious.

Frizzy said...

Yeah Peter! I know you must be so proud of your little man.

That is a perfect picture of your baby girl. Soooo exciting!

Homeschoolmum4Christ said...

Oh, she is so beautiful!

Sarah said...

What a doll!!!

Tell Peter that at my old chapel, the altar servers almost never rang the bells three times - they were improperly instructed. At daily Mass, my friend's son (well instructed from his parish; they came to the daily Mass offered on the Fort where we lived) did it properly. It was so nice to have it done right.

Most of the time, people just don't know and I'm more sad for those training the kids than the kids (who remain ignorant). And, it makes me madder 'cos you know at their age, they want to do EVERYTHING just right.

Keep serving Peter, we need a lot of good boys up there!

Aussie Therese said...

I have never heard the bells rung 3 times here. Even growing up we only had the two ringing of the bells.

They ring them here while the priest holds the body of Christ up and then when he holds the blood of Christ. What is the other time they ring them there?

Gramma 2 Many said...

The picture is so clear and beautiful!! I could not see it very well on FB and the computer I am using at the resort does not let me do many things. Enlarging posted pictures is one of them.