Sunday, May 1, 2011

i always loved words. they helped me daydream, express my feelings, and communicate with others.

but there are no words to describe the feeling i had when i held my son for the first time yesterday :)

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mazel tov! It's very cool that another blogger (Jewish Babysitter) had her first child yesterday as well.

leftylogic said...

Mazel tov!

May you have much nachas, and many more beautiful occasions for which there are no words.

From a longtime reader

Dude with hat (aka BTS) said...

Mazal Tov!!! Welcome to the club!
Hope you and the baby are feeling well.

One advice - don't get frustrated when feeding doesn't go well in the fisrt days, it's normal and everyone goes though it. Don't blame yourself and don't get angry at the baby. I know it may sound strange but it may happen to any new mom. Dont hesitate to ask for help as many times as needed.

Stuck In Shidduchim said...

Mazal Tov !!! Wishing you all the best and awaitng to read about the experiences of a blogger-mother !!!

The Professor said...

Mazel Tov!! Much nachas, and all that sorta stuff.

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Great Uncle said...

I have to thank you for raising my status to greatness. mazal Tov. We are beyond excited and happy for youl

SiBaW said...

Mazel Tov!

daughtersintheparsha said...

ditto as the grandmother, same feeling!!

Anonymous said...

beautifully said

harry-er than them all said...

mazal tov

Sad Jewish Girl said...

Mazal Tov! That's so wonderful. Happy Mother's Day today.

smb said...

mazel tov

MAK said...

Mazal tov!! As hard as it is now, it will be twice as rewarding.