Sunday, February 21, 2010

Baby Shower

Science Girl,
Sorry for being late-traffic you know.

I've been to so many baby showers and I just want to let all the other attendee's know that I win at most games. I've never left a baby shower empty handed :)

I'd spend most of this shower in aw about how you kept running during your pregnancy and hopeful that I could do the same. I'd tell you how tough you are and how great you'll do during labor. We'd laugh about the similarities of grad school and rearing children (even though neither of us has raised a child).

I just want to leave you with one piece of advice. Never forget to be grateful. Life will be difficult but always go back to the joy of your little one-if when they are the one being difficult.

I wish you patience for your long journey ahead into parenthood. Hopeful that you never forget that you can be a mother, a wife, a scientist and many other things all at the same time!



ScienceGirl said...

How did you guess that that gnarly smelling baby food was meatballs and sweet potatoes? I didn't even know they put meatballs in baby food ;)

Thanks for the wishes of patience; I am sure I will need lots of it! And I will do my best to be all those things at once, although I might need reminders that I can do it!

P.S. Thank you so much for the baby gifts! With the village's help, I am slowly but surely building up quite an arsenal for the little one :)

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Patty said...

Having a baby is the most beautiful thing in my life. I think you feel the same too.

Logistics Gal said...

I've been there too then I know how you feel. This is kind of great feeling.

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