Dear Baby K,
I cannot believe how fast time truly flies! When I first found out that I was expecting you, I must admit my disappointment when I realized I was only 6 weeks along...I wanted to be much further. Your due date seemed so far away! Let's face it, your mommy is not the most patient person in the world and the sooner you learn that, the better. ;)
I promise to work on my patience. I really have been getting better at it, I think, although daddy may disagree.
Everyone told me that the pregnancy would go by so fast. Psh! I didn't believe them. That's something easy to say when they already had their sweet babies in their arms. But you know what? They were right. With only 4.5 weeks left (and just ONE MONTH away from my due date), I am wondering where the time has gone. It also makes me realize that just as fast as this pregnancy has gone so will your childhood. I feel like I will blink and then you'll be off to your first day of high school. I don't want to rush it by any means. I plan to savor each and every precious moment with you.
I will never forget seeing you and hearing your heartbeat for the first time on ultrasound. What an indescribable feeling! I know that God was there with us as we experienced it for the first time and while I know that He is always with us, His prescense was made known that day. After we left the doctor's office, we sat in the car for a few minutes just admiring the ultrasound pics. And then it happened. Your daddy teared up and in turn I did the same! That was a very special moment for us. Our love for you even then was so strong and it always will be. You've had him wrapped around your finger since January little one!
I (we) are so ready to meet you! I can't help but feel anxious about your arrival. When will you decide it's time? Will it be vaginal or C-section? Will there be any complications or will you be an "easy" delivery? Will my water break on its own or will the doctor have to break it? These are just a few questions that are constantly running through my mind. I am trying to remember to leave it in God's hands and that you will come when you are ready :). It's harder said than done, though.
We love you so much, Kynlee. You are truly a blessing.