Monday, May 27, 2013

Over coffee. (Encouragement to a beautiful pregnant momma)

If I were having coffee with you today, I would give you this HUGE awkward hug that none Pregers and Pregers are known to give each other. I'd ask you "How are you doing and feeling"  I'd also ask you if you had any amazing sonogram pictures to show me.. I'd even treat you to some Decaf coffee with a pastry. :)

Evelynne's Sonogram picture.
If I were having coffee with you, I'd tell you how beautiful you looked even if you were wearing sweats. Because that new momma glow looks radiant on you!

I would tell you how excited I am about your pregnancy and how I've been praying for you. And that I can't wait to see what God has planned for this precious life that He's created inside you!
Me at 39 weeks
 I would ask how you were feeling knowing that your day is coming up real soon? Sooner than you even realize. The day you will be holding this little life that you have carried for nine months. It's so exciting!

I would ask you if you've had any crazy dreams yet? And than I would fill you in and tell you about my crazy dreams when I was pregnant. The crazy dream when my Grandmother was Pregnant, and the dream of when Panera Bread wouldn't give me my food because they said it wasn't mine.. When I knew it was!!.. (That dream even made me wake up mad!) It's so funny what pregnancy does to you!

 If I were having coffee with you, I would tell you not to worry about anything. Sometimes it's hard to not be afraid or to worry when you have a little life that you love and adore to protect. There's so many things the enemy tries to fill our heads with just so that we will live in fear. But I will remind you that perfect love casts out fear and that Jesus gave us that perfect love when He died on the cross for us! So that we will be made whole. I would tell you that God has major plans for this youngster of yours and don't the the enemy tell you otherwise.

I would tell you that your baby is created to live and declare the works of The Lord. And that your little blessing is beautifully and wonderfully made with nothing missing and nothing lacking.

I would tell you that Jesus is with you every pregnant and momma step of the way and that there is nothing to be feared. <3

If I were having coffee with you, I would tell you that Evelynne has been so active lately and that she was actually trying to get into things today! I really believe I have my work cut out for me. I wonder what God has planned for this little lady of curiosity and determination? I can't wait to see!
If I were having coffee with you, I would tell you that I love you! & that we momma's are meant to look out for each other. I would encourage you to call or text me whenever you needed a lift of Spirit!

I would tell you to brace yourself because once you hold your sweet child in your arms. Your life will never be the same! Xoxo

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Rachel said...

I agree- we are meant to look out for each other! That's why I started this blog hop! Thanks for linking up. Carter is very active, too! He is getting into everything and making a mess! He especially loves knocking over our dog's water bowl!

Renee Hansen said...

It takes a village, doesn't it.
Thanks for linking up!

Nicole said...

Hello Heather! I'm following along now. What a sweet and thoughtful thing to share with others. I hope you've inspired someone today!

KRISTIN said...

This is so very sweet! Thank you so much for linking up!

Sarah Nicole said...

Love this Heather! I will definitely have to be coming to you for advice once this little lady is born! :)
Oh and BTW I HAVE had some crazy/embarrassing dreams! They are so weird I'm not even going to post them on here for everyone to see! haha

Hope you're having a blessed day!

Sarah @ Life, Love & Dinner said...

I love this! I'm 20 weeks pregnant with my first baby and sticking together is so important, especially when people can be so critical of women, pregnant or not. Found you through the Baby Talk link-up - new follower!

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