Monday, March 16, 2009

In A Little While

In a little while I will see you for the very first time.
I'll see you kick and move,
Roll and bounce.
I'll see how straight your spine is,
How strong your heart beats.
I'll see your ten fingers
and your ten toes.
And though I am already incredibly bonded to you
seeing you will make that bond so much stronger.

Your mama is a worrier.
I worry about you, my baby.
I pray that you are strong and healthy,
happy, safe, and cozy.
And I pray that God makes me
the perfect mama for you.
To be strong, capable, and accepting
No matter who you are
Or what your strengths and weaknesses are.
I already love you with all my heart.

And I can't wait to see you,
In a little while.

28 comments:

Mom24 said...

That's so beautiful! I'll be thinking of you. Hope all goes well.

Rebecca Ramsey said...

What a great poem! Enjoy your look at your little one!

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Sweet poem. There's nothing like seeing them on the ultrasound- other than seeing them in person! It just reminds you that they truly are little miracles. Hoping you both are healthy and happy.

Krystyn said...

Oh, what a sweet poem!

I hope you share what you see!

Laura said...

How beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

Elaine A. said...

So sweet and hearfelt, Momma! I pray all these things for you and baby too! So excited for you to see that healthy baby...

CissaLynn said...

Awww!!! I can't wait to see the ultrasound pic!!! :)) Have a good day, Kat!! :))

The Laundress said...

Keep us posted...I can't wait either!!!

Jaysi said...

Awe...sweet note! Woo Hoo...I am so excited too! Maybe we can get a picture on here??? I am dying to know the sex. I think girl, but I am almost always wrong. Sorry :(

4 Little Men and Girly Twins said...

Oh Kat, I am so excited for you... seeing your baby for the first time on the u/s is so wonderful! And how exciting that you are find out today! Can't wait to hear!!

britt

OHmommy said...

Beautiful.

Can you do me a favor? Can you email me when you find out. LOL. Im kinda of serious though. The waiting is going to kill me! ;)

Midwest Mom said...

Thank you for sharing that poem. It captures so much of what I felt and still feel with my own children. There is nothing like a baby to teach you to feel love that is both instantaneous and complete. I wish you every blessing. - Julia

Dawn said...

Today's the day! What a beautiful poem.

Fire Hunt said...

So beautiful!

Tammy said...

Beautiful poem. Can't wait to find out how everything went.

Tonya said...

Oh today is the day right? Can't wait to hear the exciting news! Have fun watching them on the ultrasound.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Anxious to hear all the good news of your ultrasound!

lime said...

it truly is an amazing moment.

Lisa said...

that first glimpse always takes my breath away....
hoping everything was just as perfect as you dream. and i'm dying to know if it's a girl or a boy!!! I'm still betting girl!

A FiveOh4 Uplifting said...

Be Blessed!

imbeingheldhostage said...

Today's the day-- I really thought there was going to be a big reveal in this so I read too quickly. The second time--oh, you just made me broody. What a wonderful time. It doesn't help that I spent an hour holding my friend's week-old baby tonight.

I am so thrilled for you, I can feel your anticipation!
Should I come back again later, or are you making us sweat it out? (it is nearly midnight, I have to go to bed sometime). :-)

Kristen said...

Please don't tell me you are making us wait until tomorrow!!!

How did it go???

Mandy said...

Beautiful!!!!!!!!! <3

Kelley said...

I agree with another commenter. The suspense is killing me, too! I think you should post first thing tomorrow morning.

WHAT IS IT??????!!!!!!

david mcmahon said...

Warms my heart. Completely.

DysFUNctional Mom said...

That's beautiful!

Siobhan said...

Kat, that was absolutely beautiful and almost made me weep.

Jaimie Kylene said...

Yay for little girls!

I've been reading your blog for quite awhile (I'm a good friend of FireHunt) and don't think I've ever left a comment.

...Anyways :-) I'm very happy for you! Girls are a lot of fun!

Jaimie
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