Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

October 21, 2008

Tomorrow Prince Charles Nash reigns over his kingdom

Yes and his kingdom is ready. His Queen mom has prepaired his room with beautiful bright colors, he has a beautiful crib, and a changing table stocked for his needs. His closet is full of shirts, & sweaters, and all items a baby could need and that includes blankets, & shoes & socks. His King father supplied ample lighting over his rockingchair for reading purposes and is ready to teach him all the magic tricks he knows.
He didn't allow his parent much sleep time last night until early morning as he keptthe keeper of the lunch counter serving and repeatedly needed seconds.
Good Grief, I suppose if you are a big boy ya gotta Eat often.. Hopefully he made an impression as to what he expects and will have put in his snack time order before the lunchroom closes..tonight. These poor providers must get some sleep sometime..but the doorbell to that place better be working.
We grandmothers are anxious to serve him tomorrw when his charriot arrives.


Charles Nash VanderHouwen is here!

9 lbs 15 oz ..21 inches tall

Born Oct 19th, 2008 11:30 Am

C- Section

When his parents told me his name which they decided on months ago, I was impressed his name sounded very distinguished, and I could hear it being called out when he graduates from College with honors. Although I did think "Wow that's a big Name, " little did I know how Big he was going to be, so his name actually fits him well! Ever wonder how that works out? The child usually fits his name..later in his life. We got a head start!

My son is over the moon with pride and my daughter in law is in for a surprise if she thinks he's gonna be a mama's boy... Mother is coping with her delivery pain but doing well. Gramma Cheryl is going to enjoy every minute she is here in Denver, It will be a few months after she leaves before She can see or hold this bundle of joy, Papa Clay was very impressed with pictures of this big guy..My daughter in laws parents are in disbelief that they finally have a grandchild..and have these fabulous smiles on their faces.

Thank you all for your congratulation posts. I will post more of these photos as the weeks progress.