okay, we’re on our way!

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8 Responses to okay, we’re on our way!

  1. marlowe44 says:

    One can only assume this heading sans message is the signal that Naomi has started her serious labor pains. So the child is on its way, the midwife has been called, or you headed for a maternity ward. In any case, good on both of you, and we all cross our fingers until the knuckles bleed hoping and praying that the July 4th child is a world shaker and infant of light.



  2. Pam says:

    Good luck, Rick. My first born arrived 27 years ago tomorrow about 3:52 am. Maybe you’ll have a firecracker too!


  3. Lakota says:

    Jumping up and down in excitement!!!!!!
    Let me know when you can and i’ll put a birth announcement on my blog.
    Big hugs and kisses to you and Naomi!
    Where’s GingaPaul…. I need to tackle him and throw dandilions in the air to celebrate….


  4. johemmant says:

    Yay!!!! This is fabulous news! A second baby with an auspicious birthday! Oooh, I’m so excited, good luck, good luck, let us know. Yippee!


  5. Hurrah, hurrah, and again, HURRAH! Happy 4th of July!! This one’s for YOU!


  6. I think you need hugs!



  7. marlowe44 says:

    Will it be a daughter or son? Does Broadus care? We know what Rick wants. By now, probably, the truth is out there, but it has not filtered down to the bloggers who wait. Health and happiness to you and your wonderul growing family unit. At the Blind Rehab Clinic at the VA Tacoma, at American Lake, one of my students turned 82 today. He said that to be born on the Fourth of July is magical, unlike the Tom Cruise movie and Viet Nam book. I was born on June 14th, Flag Day, but it pales in the presence of a child who drops in on Independence Day, enit?



  8. Patty says:

    she looks like naomi! she’s beautiful and her name is too. all intergalactic loveliness and spirit-powered days to you all.


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