In case you haven’t figured it out already from my social media posts, Logan and I are very anxiously awaiting the arrival of our little girl! Her due date was yesterday, so we are more than ready for her! Looks like she already takes after her mama and runs fashionably late. I thought it would be fun to do a little flashback post of some of our own baby pictures as we prepare for Baby W’s arrival. I wonder who she will look more like, or if she will be a perfect combination of both of us! We can’t wait!
When I was born, my parents were so excited to dig out their own newborn pictures to see who I looked more like, and there was not one baby picture of my dad, who was the youngest of four in his family. Not one picture until he was about three years old – haha! So anyway, I’m pretty impressed with all of the baby pictures Logan’s parents have of him! He and his older two siblings are each 16 months apart, so they had to be pretty busy parents when they welcomed their third child, but still managed to find time to snap a few pictures.
Look at that stylin’ outfit! Wasn’t he a cutie?
I just love that little smirk!
…And that tummy roll 🙂
I’m loving this corduroy suit / bowtie combo!
All 3 kiddos on Loy’s lap… I’m so excited to watch Logan as a dad!
He looks like he’s up to no good. According to Logan’s mom, he was the sneakiest of the 4 kids.
I was the first-born in my family and as the story goes, my parents were told I was a boy. So imagine their surprise when I made my arrival! I’m really hoping our ultrasound tech was right with our baby, or baby boy will have a pretty girly nursery and plenty of pink outfits and accessories to choose from!
This first picture is kind of hard to see, but I love seeing all of the faces looking in at baby me in the hospital nursery.
My Grannie Annie was also a 4th grade teacher and had the best sense of humor. I remember loving to play with her jewelry, snacking on wafer cookies and rainbow sherbert in her kitchen and listening to her read Shel Silverstein poems with the best expression!
These are my grandparents on my mom’s side, Virginia and Earl. My grandma loved to shop (surprise, surprise) and I remember her always wearing fancy shoes and clothes. My grandpa had the kindest, gentlest spirit. When they saw me for the first time, my grandma said “Where on earth did she get those dimples from?” and my grandpa replied, “You’ve been married to me for 35 years and you never noticed my dimples?” I love that story!
Just chillin’ in my crib 🙂
There’s that dimple I was talking about earlier … I wonder if our little girl will have one!
I think every baby has a cute bathtub picture 🙂
That’s all for today! I’m hoping our next post will be a baby announcement, but we’ll see! I’m so curious to see which features from each of us our little girl will have and to watch her personality develop. Hurry up, little one!