Thursday, January 22, 2009

You'll find me in a mushy puddle by the computer.

Look at these.

Help, I want one.

But, I don't want to carry it around for nine months, nurse it, get up in the middle of the night, or deal with one of those dang carseats.

Okay, never mind.

Looking forward to being a grandma.

23 comments:

Southern Gal said...

That grandma thing sure helps calm those hormones, doesn't it?

Renee

Jenni said...

It looks like some sort of baby catalog, but I don't see any prices listed. No mention of 9 months or care instructions either.

Jules said...

I like the one with the hat. Though, if The Tire Guy and I want another one then we have to adopt and that seems to hit the snooze button for me

Seven Danforth's said...

Just borrow a friend baby, for few hours..!

Erica said...

Talk about my uterus tugging...if it weren't for that darn vasectomy...one of those beautiful little things could be mine. Too cute!

Sharon said...

Instead of pressuring your kids to become teenage parents, why not take up photography or become a photographer's assistant so you can hold one now and again?

Brindi said...

Those were beautiful pictures. Sigh...it made me want babies, just for a moment.

Rhea said...

They're adorable when they're SLEEPING. lol

I want one sometimes...then my brain kicks in and I'm like, oh, yeah, not a good time. Or safe. I have scary pregnancies.

Linda said...

Seriously makes me want to lactate. And then reality kicks in. When I was pregnant at the age of 37 I had to sit through a seminar for "mothers of advanced age" before the OB office would take me as a patient. That was a real boost as I was singled out as the only one in a room full of 20-something mothers-to-be. I can't imagine going through it again as a 40-something mom.

That is the cutest baby ... thanks for sharing.

Cycle Mom said...

I can't imagine. My OB old me I had "old" eggs at 35!! They are adorable, but I can hardly handle what I've got.

I think volunteering in the nursery should take care of any uterus tugs.

Egghead said...

Those are the sweetest things and I am so glad that I am not birthing one right now. I'll take those grandchildren any day.

Lisa said...

Yeah, good idea. Hey, why not start another project to get your mind off it. Tee Hee. Hugs from Maine http://sophie4me.blogspot.com/

Gladys said...

Just make sure you live close to your grandkids otherwise you will be watching them grow up on webcam.

Joy said...

I'm trying hard to get rid of those inklings but man alive, these photos are NOT happening!!!

Clayvessel said...

No matter how much squeezing I did of my babies, I couldn't get them to just stay that size.

Lori L said...

OH! Baby pictures make me cry now! I'm hoping to be a grandma someday.... if I can just get 'em married. (I gave you a Lemonade Award)

Kim said...

Ooof, those made my ovaries hurt. We're in the process of going through IVF procedures, so I'm hoping to have one of those by the end of this year. We've been married for almost ten years - I'm hoping it's finally soon to be our turn now.

Tracie said...

Both of my sisters-in-law are expecting, well one just had hers on Wednesday and I'm going to love them, hold them, kiss them, and then give them back. I have had enough of sleepless nights and infants. I adore my 2 and 4 year olds!

Lisa said...

Oh my! Those pictures could stir up the baby fever in anybody!!!

But, I'm with you, I really enjoy getting to hold OTHER peoples babies now....and then giving them back.

Sally-Ann said...

I had our youngest kiddo when I was 43. High risk pregnancy - diabetic, blood pressure, age....... end result, a beautiful little boy who made it all worth it. Would I have another one now, at 46 - no way.

Alisa said...

So glad my nephew is being birthed next week. That ought to take care of these twinges you've produced inside me.
Thanks for that...

Stephanie in Idaho said...

Mmmm.. mushy puddle.. glurg

Bridge said...

Oooh, I want one too.