Thursday, November 24, 2011

Only 2 Hours until I Meet my Son

Two hours and counting!  After months of waiting, paper work, praying and hoping you would think that the last two hours would feel like nothing... but you'd be wrong.  :-)

I feel like a first time Dad pacing anxiously back and forth in the Hospital hall way, waititng for the Nurses to tell me everything is OK and that the Doctor is bringing the baby out.

But instead of  a hospital, it is an airport, and instead of nurses, there are flight attendands, instead of doctors there are Pilots bringing my Son.

But in this metaphor, there are no TSA Screening agents doing full body cavity searches just because you want to bring toothpaste on the airplane...  But I digress...  2 HOURS!!!!  Whoooo!

8 comments:

  1. yea!! Looking forward to seeing the first full family photos!

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  2. I pray the times goes quickly for you! How exciting! I hope he takes to you right away!

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  3. Hi, I found your blog just before your wife flew out, been reading every day since, just wanted to say that you sound like a really lovely family and I sure that Lukai will br just as excited to meet his Dad as you are at meeting him.
    Looking forward to the pics!
    Have a great day, don't blink you may miss something, lol
    Love Kaz (UK)

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  4. I am sure you guys are having a great time. I am so happy for your family. After all of the waiting and the agony of it (and the retail therapy) I am so happy that you guys can have this moment together as a family. I am so happy for you all. I can't wait to see how the rest of the adventure goes, including the new addition to the house. We just did one a year ago, and it was not fun, but the end result is great. The only thing that is not so cool about it is that it is another 800 square feet to clean. And it is an area inhabited by my 11 year old, and very messy daughter. :)

    I really enjoy reading everything you post. You have both been incredible mentors to so many people with the process, including myself. And to see all you have been through with the process and to see your happy ending, it makes it easier for others to cope with the delays and speedbumps. We all know it can be hard, but to see the end result and all of your happiness...it makes it so much better. Thank you for sharing your journey.

    Hugs!

    Alicia

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  5. *waiting*
    *waiting*
    Nawwww, not impatient to see PICTURES at all.
    Not at all.
    :-)
    Barb

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  6. Härligt, as we say in Sweden!

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  7. You are keeping us in such suspense !
    Cathy

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