Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Happy 7th Birthday Kayley!!

Kayley - 15 hrs old.
WOW! I can't believe that it was 7 years ago (tomorrow) that my baby girl arrived! The years have flown by and she is turning into a big kid now! I had to wish her Happy Birthday on here tonight because the next few days are going to be busy! She wanted a sleepover party - wish me luck. Its looking like 10 friends will be staying over night. I have a few of the cousins staying over too to help out! Everyone says I'm brave - I think its just stupidity!! Oh well - you only have one 7th Birthday - right! I'll be sure to post some pics from the High School Musical bash after I've recovered!!
Each and every birthday is bitter sweet for me as we keep trying to add to our family with no luck. Every year means they'll be farther apart than what we originally wanted if we do get another miracle. So much for our plans!! Its a major roller coaster ride dealing with Secondary IF - one I wouldn't wish on anyone.

Kayley this past Oct 11 riding "Harry Potter" (her favorite pony at the Pumpkin Patch). What happened to my little baby????

1 comment:

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

She's 7 - wow
Lots of tears and prayers got her here.
Happy Birthday Kayley and Way to go Mom

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