Monday, 11 August 2008

Oh so soppy

I so know that my blog has become totally soppy. Me thinks I might have lost my edge. Maybe that's what becoming a mommy does to you? Oh well, too bad. Let me just plunge ahead and tell you what's on my mind, regardless. And it's short and sweet: It's no secret that I totally adore my hubby... But I never knew that I was capable of loving him even more than I did, when it was just the two of us. Seeing him as a father, as Daddy for Jess, has totally blown my socks off. I don't have a clue what I did to deserve this man of mine. But I'm going to hold onto him with both hands (and feet) for the rest of my life. Just look at these gorgeous pics of my man and our noonoo pie...

Hands off, girls. He's taken.


8 comments:

Amy said...

They're both so adorable. I can't wait to see my husband with our kid(s)...I know he'll be such a great dad.

I am SDA! I figured you were when you mentioned Pathfinders, but I wasn't sure and thought it might be a different pathfinders or something.

My Goodness said...

More women should adore their husbands...you are blessed to have each other, and sweet little miss!!

Thank you for coming by my blog today...it's great to 'see' you out and about! :)

Have a great day!!

Carlykins said...

I LOVE IT!!! EVERYONE deserves to be as HAPPY as you are!!!! I never understand how babies get cuter and cuter but they do.

Spanglish said...

Isn't it crazy how many photos we take?? I take pictures of my girl EVERY DAY. It's ridiculous, but I don't care.

You have a lovely husband, and your daughter is just STUNNING. Her dimples are amazing. Mine has only a shadow of a dimple. Maybe it'll become more defined? I hope so.

Congratulations.

Hanlie said...

I love the first pic. It's to cute.

Katrin said...

Wow, such a proud daddy! And such a daddy's girl. :)
Jesse looks so cute, keep the photos coming!

Amy said...

Char,

you are so cute! What a gift you are to your guy! How fun to see you all so HAPPY over here!

Kelly said...

I do think becoming a mommy does make us soppy. But, it's a good thing.