Saturday, March 5, 2011

In Like A Lamb

In the midst of a bad week, personally,  (I won't bore you with it all), I had a HUGE blessing!

My sister, who happens to be my best friend and lives next door, gave birth to her fifth, yep #5, baby this week. He was born March 1st.  After a lot of thought, and baby name books, she finally named him.  She had to before they would let her take him home! 

His name is Samuel.  I have been in the delivery room, holding an epidural induced dead leg, each time.  When I saw his sweet little face I told her he looked like a Sam.  She had several names picked out, but none seemed to fit him like Samuel.  His middle name, Donald, is for a family member that we all love and look up to so much.  He is also my sister's godfather.

He is a tough little fellow.  He was 36 weeks, but weighed 7lbs. 6oz. and 21 inches long.  He came out crying and had no problems.  I have witnessed this 5 times, my babies were C-Section babies, and it just absolutely amazes me every time.

                                         Photo by davis.josh             

I think anyone walking around on this earth that doesn't believe in God should witness the birth of a baby.  If you can watch that and still think there is no God, then there is just no hope for you. 

I had a rough week, but Samuel is God's way of reminding me to put things into perspective.  I am a very stubborn person, but I had to pay attention to this message! 

It is a gray, gloomy Saturday here in Georgia, (a little symbolic of some of my week), but I have a beautiful, healthy little nephew next door that shines over the weather today!  I am going to go breath in some of that purity, innocence, and God's way of saying, "Never mind the little problems, pay attention to your blessings!"

                                   Photo by tolomea

1 comment:

Cat said...

Great post! I'm SO glad you commented and shared your blog with me! My sister is a divorced mom of 3 children. I just don't know how she does it! And how do you find time to blog! Great blog, by the way! Sometimes I feel like my blog is a one sided conversation, so thanks for reading!
blessings, cat