Welcome Little One

Not an easy entrance
But with a little grace

Not expected so soon
But with a little grace

Not home yet
But with a little grace

Last week I got the news that my niece, who was expecting her second child in June, was admitted to the hospital. It was likely she would be there, on strict bed rest, until the birth of the baby. We didn’t know it would be so soon. On Sunday, the doctor decided it was time to deliver the baby, even though it was ten weeks early. Waiting would be dangerous for the health of mother and baby. At 11:03 the sweet baby was born, weighing 3 pounds 10 ounces and 16 inches long. She will spend weeks in the NICU, but she is breathing on her own, has 10 little fingers and 10 little toes- perfect. Her mama is doing well, too. Her family can hardly wait to see her. By the way, her middle name is Grace.

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7 Responses to Welcome Little One

  1. arjeha says:

    Congratulations all around. Glad mother and baby are doing fine. Those weeks will pass quickly and soon she will be home.

  2. Alice Nine says:

    What a tiny little thing she is! Praying for her continued health and development in NICU and mommy’s recovery. Your poem is a lovely thanksgiving for grace.

  3. Jaana says:

    Congratulations! So glad that the baby arrived safely! Grace is a beautiful name!

  4. Megan Watson says:

    The poem and the sentiment are both beautiful and perfect… or dare I say, graceful. That’s my daughter’s middle name and I hope that it carries so much beautiful meaning. Thinking of your family, but sounds like she is already doing so well for such a little peanut.

  5. Ramona says:

    What a gift that mother and daughter are both well. Grace is a lovely name for someone arrived so early. Prayers for continued health for all.

  6. Andrea Clark says:

    Congratulations on the new member of your family! I like how you repeat the word grace in your poem and is part of her name.

  7. cvarsalona says:

    Now the baby should be bigger and healthier. Grace is a beautiful name for a welcomed little one.

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