I’m Pregnant

If anyone still checks this blog out…please continue to do so. Kirk and I now have a home computer with internet so I will have more time to put into this blog. And 6 months from now, I will have even more time, suposedly. I’m going to quick my job in order to stay at home with Kirk and my first child. Yep, our baby is due sometime in the middle of December.


5 thoughts on “I’m Pregnant

  1. Well, it’s about time! And that refers to both you posting again AND to you announcing your pregnancy! Congratulations! We are so excited for you guys! I have actually known you were pregant since you were only a month pregnant (thanks to your father-in-law), but I wasn’t sure if you were really wanting people to know yet, so I have been waiting to hear an official word so that I could officially congratulate you. So I guess this counts! Hope you are feeling ok. I hear you guys are coming to Chatt-town soon – when?

  2. yeah I heald it in for a while too sarah, but I put it out there on the www last week cuz I couldn’t keep it to myself! the ultrasound pics are great! little fuzzy blobs!

  3. sarah,i’m adding your blog to my favorites so that i’ll check it more regularly. sorry i missed your anniversary. i’m a bad sister.

  4. My Dear Sarah, Congratulations! I can’t believe it…a little one of you, I’ll babysit anytime you want! I’m glad things in general are treating you guys so well…think the little tyke could hold out til the end of January so it can share my birthday, haha:-P Hope you guys had a lovely holiday weekend and you are in my thoughts and prayers.love, Kellie

  5. Hey there, Sarah Jean Mei . . . uh, Ward. It’s about time that you became a mom. I was wondering when that was going to happen. Ehy, you know what’s funny? We go from living minutes away from each other in Kenya, to countries away later. Now, we’re about 4 hours apart. I find that very funny. I do believe that St. Louis is only 4 hours or so from Indianapolis. I mean, that’s less than Nairobi to Mombasa. Let me know how you’re doing. Congratulations, by the way. Having a baby changes everything in ways that you’ll never imagine.

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