Saturday, February 11, 2012

Happy Boy ... random pics


Off to playgroup, check out the size of my feet!!!



Up we go, being thrown around up or down or sideways is the best fun ever.


I am so big now I feed myself. These days I can get the food from the bowl onto a spoon and into my mouth, all by myself!


It takes forever for me to go to sleep, but my bear always helps.

Does it get any better than this? I love my son so much, sometimes I cry because the love I have is just so intense my heart cannot cope with such emotion. And at those times, I cannot help but weep, and I pray - to a God I do not believe in - that we will never, ever be separated, in life or in death, for to part us would be just too cruel.

15 comments:

Anu said...

Meg, these are wonderful words and fantastic pictures. I totally agree with you!

Delhi Dreamers said...

Beautiful pics Meg - he gets cuter everytime you post his pics!!! Love the bear!!! K

temmytango said...

this brings tears to my eyes. a mothers love is something that cant really be quantified or explained.already i feel so overly protective of my immediate family and i can only imagine how i will feel when i hold my child.

The Heffernan's said...

I so get your last paragraph! I just wish we could keep them at that age LOL.

lucylu said...

It is such an intense and scary love that we have for our children! I totally understand where your coming from, especially after the health scares and infertility along the way! I still feel like that about Josh, I look at this big boy with hairy legs and facial hair and I feel sad that my baby is growing up and I just want to snuggle in bed with him like when he was little! Enjoy it Meg, Toby is bloody beautiful xx

lisalu said...

He is a happy chap!! and so cute...
I hope all is well with you meg x

Fredrik said...

They do grow up to fast. Some days ago a little baby now a grown up child.

Nice reading that everything progresses as it should.

Oddity Acres Clan said...

Gawsh Toby is getting so big! Such an adorable and gorgeous little boy. Thanks for sharing your pics hun.

MIchaels surrogacy said...

Meg, Michael here your son is so beautiful and I am so glad that god gave you your wonderful child I hope to one day be in the same place you are.

Tigerlilycat said...

Yep, it gets better. It also gets harder, which makes the better times even more special. That is one very happy boy!

Anonymous said...

Hi..Firstly, Congrats on your baby boy Toby. Your story amazes me on how you and your devoted husband are. I am very happy for you and your family. I recently had a visit with Dr. Shivani and will be sending frozen embies to Delhi. I read in a previous post about an attorney you used with all the surrogate contracts. Do you mind passing that along to me? My husband and I are Americans living in Hong Kong as expats. I prefer to not show my email on line since family dont know yet of our new chapter in our lives but have no problem sending you a private message

Again congrats on baby Toby and your new news. I am very excited for you!! xoxo

Sandra said...

Hi Meg,
I really enjoy reading about your Surrogacy journey. I do have a couple of questions as my husband and I start our journey with Dr Shivani as well. Can you tell me the attorney you are using for your Inida surrogacy?
Also do yo have a list of things you bring to Delhi? Where do you shop for food?

I am new to blogging and have tried to send you a private note but it seems to be bouncing back. Hope to hear from you soon!! xoxo Congrats on your boy and your new baby soon.
Best,
Sandra

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