Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Stop the Presses Wednesday - Back to the Future - 1975

The young lad on the beach is Luke , our youngest son when he was not quite two. You may know that he and his wife, Frema, are having their first child in December. Today, Frema had an ultrasound, and Luke and Frema have opted to find out the baby's sex. Frema, the crown princess of blogging, discusses today's discovery in an emotional post here. Daddy D and I are so happy for Luke and Frema. We are very excited about the impending birth of their... Our baby (so speak) is going to have a baby.

Go read Frema's post right now. You will be glad that you did.


25 comments:

vlado&toni said...

Oh wow, such a great shot, i love nostalgic shots. i want to see an after ;) like now 2007, i wonder how this kid looks like.

Jarid & Caydon's Wishlist said...

Wow what a lovely shot. happy ww.

mjd said...

You can find a picture of Luke in 2007 here.

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Thanks for stopping by!! I love love love new visitors. Come back anytime. I am a transplant from Illinois!! We have lived here in Savannah for over 6 years now. Sandy

maiylah said...

lovely shot! nostalgic ... :)
happy WW

Sue & Matthew said...

In 1975 I would have been around 8, wow that was a long time ago eh! I love these types of nostalgia shots too! Happy WW

Jen said...

What a lovely picture! I've got a few of those of my own little one...of course, yours is a bit older than mine ;-)

Gardenia said...

Thanks for stopping by my artsite. I have my regular blog passworded because I had a serious stalker. I do plan to do more with my art blog, however in the near future.

I will see if I can find you email to invite you to the regular blog.

daddy d said...

He is looking and looking. It would seem, he has a eye for the future.

Lazy Daisy said...

Awww....I love the then and the now. I have a new grandbaby that is changing so rapidly.

Biddie said...

Great photo. Makes you smile. :)

Melanie said...

What a great picture! What does he look like now? Quite handsome, I'm sure.

Nancy said...

Very cute photo!

Thanks for stopping by my site. I like your mama said papa said site also!

debi said...

You always post the best pictures. I am waiting, sitting on the edge of my seat,waiting for Frema to post. Has time slowed a bit today?

Lavender said...

He is an adorable little one, and its a magic shot! It must be a bit of a 'trip' to come to terms with how they grow and how fast it seems to happen.
Happy WW, and thanks for stopping by, Cheers!

Molly said...

Congratulations to the parents-to-be, and especially to the grandparents-to-be! Yes, I went over and know the gender, but don't want to spoil it for anyone else. Let them find out the hard way, I say!

susan said...

How exciting!

I remember how excited my mom was when we finally told her we were expecting. Her friends even threw her a "grandma shower"!

Liz said...

congratulations to the proud grandparents!

Liz said...

Congratulations to the parents and grands, too! As you may have guessed, I'm fond of mermaids. When I was pregnant (both times, I imagined baby mermaids in there floating in briny murk. Ultrasound pictures don't really do justice to the beauty of life developing, do they?

Pamela said...

awwwwww...... didn't have those options when my babies came along. So it was always a suprise.

Little Miss Moi said...

Dear mjd. How exciting - a grand kiddy girl! You must be looking forward to december.

Frema said...

I love that picture of Luke. He's going to be such a great dad. :)

Tink said...

All I can think when I look at that picture is, "What's he looking at?" We'll never know. :)

Luke said...

I was probably wondering what my brother was doing with a plastic bucket on his head.

Stacey said...

Hi! I'm just here catching up on your blog...it's been waaaay too long since I stopped by. Just wanted to tell you congrats on the upcoming grand-baby, I'm so excited for all of you!