Congratulations, It’s a Girl, but wait…. (Learning about Amnion-Chorion Separation)

Could I ask all of my readers to say a prayer for my sister’s pregnancy? You can read more about it in her blog post here:

Momma's Finding Her Balance

I have been absent from the world of blogging for a few months.  Some of it is just simply from a lack of time due to the holidays and work becoming busier than ever.  The last few weeks have been purposeful though as I have been (and continue to at this time) sorting through the emotions that have ensued since our 19 week ultrasound.

That is right, we had an ultrasound that showed number two is officially a little girl!  Liam is going to have a little sister to torture 🙂

The day of the ultrasound my husband, Liam, and I met my parents at the doctor’s office.  My parents stayed long enough to hear that they were going to have a granddaughter, and then headed back out to the waiting room play area while the little girl continued her second photo shoot (we had a dating ultrasound at 9 weeks).  She…

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8 Responses to Congratulations, It’s a Girl, but wait…. (Learning about Amnion-Chorion Separation)

  1. Lisa and Dave McCord says:

    Your sister and her baby are in our prayers. As you may recall, we learned at our 20-week ultrasound that JP had heart disease. He was born 10 weeks early and underwent several heart procedures prior to his open heart surgery in November 2011. Dave and I were talking the other day about how we never had any doubt that JP would be okay despite seeing our son in his dire condition following his birth. It is amazing the feeling of peace knowing that you son is in God’s hands. We had folks praying for him all over the world, and they continue to pray for his continued good health and a miracle to cure him of his heart disease. (There was no doubt while he was in the Cardiac ICU at Children’s National Hospital in DC that we were Catholic…we had a shrine set up for him! And, we could see the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for his window. Pope Benedict XVI also visited DC during the time he was hospitalized.) We will spread the word and have prayers offered for your sister and niece for an uneventful delivery and a healthy life.

  2. Judy Manlove says:

    Praying for your sister and her husband, and for baby Catriona!

  3. Edith Robus says:

    Praying for her and the baby. Hugs, Edith

  4. mmfollbaum says:

    Oh my goodness! I will add Catriona and your sister to my intentions. May our dear Lord bring her safely to her parents’ arms.

  5. Maria says:

    For sure, Father, I will add your sister, her husband, her son and lovely little baby Catriona to my prayers. God bless,

  6. Renee G says:

    praying for your sister and your niece

  7. Lin says:

    Your sister, her beautiful baby, her husband, son, and you Father are in my prayers! Please keep us updated. God bless you!

  8. Marianne says:

    our prayers are with you and your sister I know what it is like to have a ‘difficult pregnancy’ with all the uncertainty it presents until the birth.

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