8.11.2008

Teeny Tiny Hiccups


This is Sarah, my first friend that I ever met in Erie, with her husband Josh, last summer at the Greek Festival.




Here we (part of girls' group) are reaching out & touching baby Addy.


The other night, at our friend Elizabeth's Mary Kary party, Addy had the hiccups. I put my hand on Sarah's stomach and sure enough, there was the rhythmic spasm of the hiccups over and over. I thought, that must be the coolest/most reassuring feeling in the world. To have this kiddo growing inside of you and then to have a little thing like hiccups remind you that she's doing fine in there and you're going to have an actual baby in a few weeks. Whoa...

7 comments:

Bethany said...

Great picture! I can't wait to meet our new little friend Addy.

Lora said...

I remember those days as well as little feet and hands sticking out the side.

Megan said...

i think that would freak me out. this is why i won't be having children any time soon.

adrian seney said...

Oh, it is neat! But not so much at 2 am when you are so tired, but can't get comfortable because you are so big AND the baby has hiccups!

The Allen Family said...

I am glad you got to feel her hiccups! Maybe next time you can see her little butt move from side to side. (At least I think it is her butt, it's too big to be a hand or foot!) Addy is going to love all her adopted Erie aunts next year!

Obsessive Foodie or Food Addict....You Decide said...

Our first one had the hiccups ALL the time. He left for his 2nd year of college Saturday.......from hiccups in the womb to college......yikes.

Derek said...

Caleb used to have hiccups a lot in there - I always loved feeling them. Chase went crazy when Kim would run bathwater. I can't remember anything Ayden did in there- we were too exhausted by then...