And Two Become Three

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When I first met Victor, one of the first things he said to me was, “I am almost thirty-two years old and I don’t have a son.” I thought it was rather endearing, after all, I had just turned twenty-eight and was very aware that Momma was my age when I was born. I am her fourth natural child.

When we visited his family, we heard the same thing. Victor has no children, but his brother and sister are younger than him and they each have a child. I would just laugh, and tell them the same was true with me. My little sister is expecting her third child.

Seems our luck has changed. And oh! how I can’t stop singing, “Just Victor and me–and the baby makes three. How happy are we, blue heaven!”

Here is a video from today’s appointment (which by the way, cost a whopping $31.45 USD…I really feel like I am sticking it to the American health care system!) Video If you don’t want to watch the whole thing, skip to about 4:35. It’s my favorite part.

Pretty amazing, right? We read about two becoming one, but I am so happy that two are becoming three!

P.S. The doctor confirms March 12th, 2013 as the expected due date!

21 responses

  1. AHHHHH! Yay for baby primo mexicano!! (did you plan intentionally to do this on independence day?) Love love love love.

    oh. and where is your facebook

      • Miss you too!!

        P.S. That is so hilarious and brilliant. I understand..All I see is angry football fans and angry political rants. ❤ you lots 🙂

  2. Hey Jania, I love hearing your news, and I shared it with the ladies who meet me for lunch when I go to Alexandria. Rosa says your facebook account has been deactivated. Do you have an e-mail address? Joyce Anne

    • Hahaha… Wow! Pheebz! Your excitement is totally overwhelming! While Daddy Victor would love that (coming to America), papers must be gotten… But I am foreseeing Pulaski in our future. Maybe in a couple years or so. 🙂

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