Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Too Cute...Tuesday!


Tina,

Here is a little story and some pictures for your too cute Tuesday. While my little boy (Ezekiel) was over a year old and I started following Baby be Blessed, I completely fell in love with the dolls, animals & crowns. However being a wife of a Medical Student it was really hard to do an order for my family. But I became a blog follower and admired the products and entered into EVERY giveaway. One time BbB just did a giveaway based on if you were a follower. Well I was one and I was wonderfully surprised when I got the e-mail that I won the giveaway. It was the pink lamb and at the time I only had a little boy, and my family wasn't even thinking about adding another baby into the mix just yet. But I did hold onto that Lamb due to the fact either if I didn't have a girl I was pretty sure I would have a friend that was having a girl and would be able to "bless" another family. I ended up getting pregnant 6-8 months after I won that little pink lamb. I waited very patiently (by the way) to have the ultrasound and see if we were going to be blessed with a little girl to give that lamb to or would I be blessing another family. It turned out we would be buying pink and purple for our 2nd child...we were having a girl! I thought about that lamb on that day. That little lamb came to the hospital with us. I have recently started to take pictures of our baby girl (Aspen) and her little lamb. :) Here are a couple pictures for your viewing pleasure. Thanks so much! I have so enjoyed your blog, your passion, your vision. Katrina Rapp http://thatisinarapp.blogspot.com/

Your story is so very sweet, Katrina!

God knew didn't He.... =)

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Katrina said...

It's crazy how little she is...I've been taking more pics of Aspen with the Lamb. I can't wait until she is old enough to start calling it something. I'll for sure have to send you more pics...I take them like every month! At first the lamb looked so big...now it's the other way around I still love your vision and ministry!