Friday, April 13, 2007

Great Parents To Be

Bethany of Ice Cream Mama is hosting the next Fun Monday challenge. The challenge involves answering a set of ten questions in an interview similar to those John Lipton of Inside the Actor's Studio. If that sounds like fun, head over to Bethany's to sign-up for this Monday, April 16th.

If you have visited this blog, Return of the White Robin, in the last few days, you already know the good news. If you have not read, please look at my How Was Your Weekend?, April 10th entry. Yes, our son Luke and sweet daughter-in-law, Frema, are going to be parents around Thanksgiving.

If you know Frema and Luke, you know that they will be great parents. If you are regular readers of theirs blogs, you can surmise that Luke and Frema will be wonderful parents. Watching the young couple with their niece, Daffodil, gives us a glance of their love for children. Pictured here are Frema and Luke with Baby Daffodil at three days old.

9 comments:

Margaret said...

Well, I did visit both their blogs and completely concur. They sound like A+ parents-to-be! I don't even know them, but am very excited for them to realize their dream.

susan said...

Obviously they are naturals!!

daddy d said...

They are super people and will be super parents. They both have a feel for the right thing to do. They are going to love having their own baby. One can tell from the picture.

Bethany said...

It is a small internet. I had no idea Frema is your daughter in law!

I'm excited for her and Luke and now for you too!

Pamela said...

I just love those little newborns in those stocking caps...

Those weren't introduced until after my kids were older.

Yes-- I can see that they are looking at this little wonder and wondering if they will be ready when November rolls around to deal with such a precious little one.

Cazzie!!! said...

Look at the wonderment in their expressions, I love that. I love the smell of a newborn baby too, guess that is why I had four of my own :)

swampwitch said...

Nothing like expecting one of your own. Please remind me to go visit them sometime at my place. Not much time to blog-visit this week. Congratulations !

Luke said...

And you won't need any practice, since you're already fantastic grandparents (I can't say great yet because that would be skipping generations) to your first grandchild.

Frema said...

Ditto to what Luke said. :)