Wednesday, August 24, 2011

New Birth

I know that blogs where people show one million pictures of their offspring are BORING, but if you will indulge me as I show you two million pictures of my offspring and my offspring's offspring, I would be much obliged. I am truly sorry, I just can't help myself!

May I introduce the newest member of our Fam,
 Mr. RYDER CLIFFORD MICHAEL
All seven pounds and five ounces of him arrived this morning in just twenty inches of sweetness!


I was fortunate enough to be allowed to bepresent for the birth, and let me tell you ladies, our bodies can do amazing things with our creators help, miraculous unbelievable things, and we should hold such everyday miracles in very high regard. What a beautiful thing, new birth, a most glorious gift, this honor we females have.


The new Daddy
 With new birth comes new love, and there is always just enough room for more. Sometimes as humans, we wonder, how will one more fit in to this crazy mixed up flurry we call life, but at the very moment of new birth, more room is also born, and then one wonders, where has this sweet soul been all my life, and how did I ever live without it??


Then you realise uncles are also born, and relationships are started, and deep commitments of "I will always be there for you" are made without ever a word being spoken. And little tiny seven pound bodies move man souls to feel, and ponder, and make bold promises in their hearts.

Aunts are also born, with each new niece and nephew that arrives, I imagine the feeling is brand new again, and the commitment to watch over and protect is refreshed. Memories are etched in growing brains, memories that will remain forever.


And growing babies, learn to love smaller babies, and their eyes take every mi nut detail to heart, as they watch and smell, and breath in, and dream of one day experiencing the new birth grow inside of them also, and haveing the joy of their own burrito like wrapped love spreader to hold for as long as they want, without anyone waiting for a turn makes them giddy.

And, Grandparents are born, and the unmistakable understanding that a part of us will remain, as generations fade, is growing inside our aging hearts as we say farewell to older members, and greet fresh smelling newborns. In the face of prayer, for safe and healthy new birth, we rejoice in the promise that every good gift is from above, and that all new births are good gifts.



Sisters too become. She is unaware that this new birth means years of companionship, and a sharing of every rite of passage. She will spend countless hours with this male soul in her life time, and their secrets will be especially sweet. She loved him instantly and we all watched as the miracle of that love took place right before our eyes, today. That new love will spill over her cup as she grows in understanding of the gift she has received.

A family has grown, in numbers and in love, and new birth is so very sweet. Oh so very sweet indeed.


 
Thank you for indulging me, isn't he just precious?
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10 comments:

SweetCaroline said...

AHH! YAY!! yay for families, for grand parents, aunt's uncles, daddies and mommies, and sisters. Congratulations! Thank you for indulging yourself by putting this post of. i love these!!

he is PRECIOUS. <3

SweetCaroline said...

AHH! YAY!! yay for families, for grand parents, aunt's uncles, daddies and mommies, and sisters. Congratulations! Thank you for indulging yourself by putting this post of. i love these!!

he is PRECIOUS. <3

Lisar said...

What an absolutely beautiful post Amy...you have brought tears to my eyes....congratulations to all of you on this precious miracle and gift from God...God Bless little Ryder all the days of his life.

thehomespunheart said...

Awww - happy sweet news! Yay!

Mette said...

Congratulations, Amy. It's fantastic!

Sarah Belle said...

He is SO beautiful!!! I LOVE those pics!! <3 t

Danielle said...

Loved every single picture! What a great post:-)

Grace at Home said...

Many congratulations to your family, Amy! He is precious!

jenna brown said...

Mrs. Amy, you need to post again! I'm having Asnip withdrawls...

Anne said...

Congratulations to you and your family. You have a beautiful family ~ enjoyed my visit here. :-)