A Sneak Peek

by | Dec 18, 2009 | Baby "Rose" | 10 comments


Due to extra restrictions during this years flu season, the hospital has limited visitors to only 2 adults at any given time, and no children are allowed into the hospital unless they are patients. Nevertheless, our kiddos got a sneak peek at their new little sister through the window on Wednesday!

I can hardly wait to take her home and officially introduce her to them later today!

10 Comments

  1. Sarah

    Bless their hearts. I can't decide if that's cute of them looking at their new sister from the window or sad that they couldn't come inside to see her.
    I mean, I understand the restrictions, but those darling little faces stuck outside…

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  2. Sara

    Lol! It's like Cheaper by the (half) Dozen!

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  3. Elizabeth

    That reminds me of that sweet scene in Yours, Mine and Ours with Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball. I know it's a bittersweet moment but Oh! the joy everyone will feel when they finally get to meet her! Congratulations! I discovered your blog a few weeks ago and love it for all of it's wonderful ideas and resources.

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  4. Angela

    Oh, how hard it must be for them to have to wait.

    What a cute scene though!

    ~Angela

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  5. Jamie Jo

    Oh, they have the same rules here in MN…that must be so hard for both them and you!!!

    I can feel their excitement building up for today when she will finally be home, and mama too!

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  6. Kristyn Hall

    Poor little dears… That is part of why I have my babies at home. I love that first meeting.

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  7. fadfd

    All those faces looking up at their momma/sister….so so cute!

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  8. Kelly

    I can understand the concerns, but that policy stinks 🙁 Hurry home!

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  9. The Wades

    That picture is so precious it gave me chills! How very adorable they all are.

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  10. Aubrey

    Our children will go through the same wait; the hospital is currently allowing siblings one short visit but that may change in the next two months to no child visitors. I sure hope that they are able to visit once–my hospital stay is long. Glad to know that a family made it through the wait okay. This is encouraging for me, as the restrictions really put a damper on these last few weeks since I've known. 🙂 Thank you!

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