Saturday, May 2, 2009

Almost 8 weeks

Well Cyndi bo byndi is at work. Had to run her some prenatals, she ran out, and forgot to get them. So now we have some for work and home. We are almost 8 weeks and I wish we were able to get a weekly picture of the baby. It should look much more like a baby now than it did a week and a half ago. That is so darn amazing, I am glad we don't age that quickly. So we are getting excited about the idea of maybe trying in June with me for baby number two. They would be rather close together, which I think would be very cool. Even cooler that they would not have the same birthday, but would be in the same grade. For now it is just a thought/dream that we are considering. I know everyone already thinks we are crazy so you can go ahead and say it. Now if I were to have twins or something that would be really really scary. I know that it is going to cost us an arm and a leg, but when I am on my death bed at 102 I hope that I have children and grandchildren with me. I am from such a small family and I want our children to be a part in changing that. I am most excited that my mom will still be around for the baby. If I have had one dream, beyond having a baby it was for my mother to be there and enjoy being a Grandma. My mom is so amazing, I can only hope one day I can be more like her. She has other grandchildren, but has never been there for the first Ultrasound (which she was) and never there for the birth. Cyndi is a kind enough person to allow my mom to witness the birth of her new grand baby.
Cyndi has been a lucky and horrible example for me when it comes to pregnancy. Horrible meaning she has not complained, been sick or anything. I always thought hmmm she will finally understand when she is pregnant what feeling sick feels like. Nope she has been perfect. I am happy for her and pray for her it continues, but uh-oh. What if I get pregnant and am sick as a dog? She will never understand. She is pretty great so maybe she will. Cyndi is pretty much perfect at everything she does, so I am not totally surprised. I think she will go through labor and be like what? Was that suppose to hurt because I did not feel any pain. She is just like my mom, amazing in every way possible.
Well I think so far this inter net blog is soooo much easier than scrap booking so I hope I can continue to keep up. Then after the baby is here print it and give it to them on there birthday sometime down the road.
I guess that is enough for today.
Baby, we love you and are so excited you are growing. You have the worlds most amazing belly to be living in right now. I hope you always remember when you come out of there that you are loved and have been since that little faint line letting us know you were in there. We love love love you baby.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Cyndi is home from work.

Cyndi came home this morning with yummy yummy breakfast from Cracker Barrel. We were so lucky.

Okay she read the blog, it was a surprise for her today and I forgot to mention one little detail.


MR. Man, monkey, that dog, trumpet, llama, our little deer, oh ya and most important

SON. That is Cyndi's term her son. I love him to pieces, but I still have the mental capacity to realize he is a dog.

We love Pee Wee *Cyndi's Son* just like we would a child.

Sorry Pee Wee you are Cyndi's real boy.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

One day I pray that those people who have not fully opened their mind, heart and soul will truely understand the importance of their ignorance. The United States our country of freedom has the power to change and accept those who are not the norm. If you know someone who is gay, take sometime out, get to know them. You may be surprised by the friend you almost did'nt give a chance.

10% Let's keep fighting for our freedom and the right to be equal. If not for us, for our children. They may grow up heterosexual, chances are they will. But let's fight for their freedom growing up in a gay family. God bless those who have judged others and have not loved one another. I know this is what you have asked us to do.

We are proud to be a Lesbian family. We love each other so much, we are married, even though our state does not recognize it, and we are functional. Our family is perfect. I am so blessed and thank God, allowing me, my beautiful wife, our children and our future children to spend Forever together.

God does not love any of his children any less. He has blessed us so many times that we know where we stand. We have faith in him, just as he has faith in us.

Thank you Dear Lord for such a precious gift.

This is obviously not our belly yet, but we can't wait until it is.

Baby CCRB. We are so anxious for your growth and development. Glad we have 32 1/2 more weeks to get prepared for your grand entrance.

We Love you Baby CCRB

Daily Baby Update 7Weeks 4days.

Dear baby CCRB
The digital ridges of the hand plates should be completed today. Within the heart, the trun of the pulmonary artery separates from the trunk of th aorta. Our baby's kidneys are beginning to produce urine as they start their ascent to their final position near the small of the back. Today, ends the critical period for our baby's arm development. The arms are now at their proper location and proportional size for this stage in development.

By today you might have missed your 2nd menstrual cycle. The cells in your uterus will increase between seventeen and forty times their nonpregnant size because they are being stimulated by extra amounts of setrogen and because of the stretching caused by our growing baby.

Cant wait for the belly bump so I know exactly where to kiss and hold my baby. Even though I am not the bio mom, I take full credit as though I am. I got her pregnant so that gives me the right to??? right. I have never loved something so much.

Joe is sick BOOO!

Joe is our baby for now. He is sick. Fevers in the 102 range and coughing, runny nose, I just feel so bad for him. He is such a pleasure to be around and he is giving men a better name by handling this whole thing like a pro. No whinning or complaining. He is just a little charmer. We are trying to keep Cyndi away from close contact with him to protect the baby. It stinks to have a family divided up but we can't all get sick. Joe is missing his last final days of baseball which is killing him. He even kinda told a white lie and went to school one of the days he was sick so he could play ball. I told him I was dissapointed in him, but he really loves being part of the team. He was the winning hit his last game. Making a base and bringing two runners in. At least he can have that memory for his freshman year.
We love our charming, sweet, tenderhearted baby boy. I know Joe you are almost 16, but you will always be our baby.

Joe our almost not the baby of the house.


Our oldest, graduating in May, then off to the USMC.

I don't think children realize how attached you get when they decide to grow up and have their own life. We are proud, but very sad.


Thank you MAMA Cyndi

I am not sure the woman carrying our future child has any idea how grateful and blessed I feel to be in her life. If you don't know Cyndi she is the most caring, giving, and forgiving person I have ever met. She is country at heart, yet street smart. She goes to work everyday to help others. She has helped us *myself and my family* more than she will ever know. She took on two children at age 27 and not just two children, but two teenage children. Her and Joe have a never ending bond. Thank you Cyndi for taking what was mine and making it ours.
I am so thankful to share my life with you FOREVER.

Finally up to date.

We have skipped a lot, hopefully one day we can go back and add everything in. This pregnancy is such a blessing. We are 7 weeks and 4 days. We have had our first US the baby has a heart beat of 128. This little (girl, yes it is going to be a girl) we really don't know, has given us a scare or two, but hopefully has found a very happy home in mama Cyndi's belly.
We are so lucky. Joe is going to be a big brother. He will be 16 in May, he is excited too. As long as he does not have to wake up in the middle of the night. We will try and keep everyone posted.
We are Forever blessed for our gift from GOD.

We did it!!! TWO GIRLS MADE A BABY. 12 days past ovulation we shared our news. We have been in love with our baby every since.

11 days post ovulation. We think we see a faint line. Nothing in stone. Our digital says negative.

How uncomfortable. Well Cyndi says so anyway.

So on March 20th, at 0300 and 0800 we did our inseminations. We used two vials, and prayed our dream would come true. This was our first attempt so we really were unsure of what to expect. We had some very fun laughs during the baby making process. Is it really possible? Two girls can make a baby, I guess we will find out soon.

TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT WE HOPE TO MAKE OUR BABY!!!!! The small vial contains millions of sperm, only 1/5 of a teaspoon. That is so amazing.

Okay the headlamp picture is posed, no worries.

Holy cow!!! If you could of seen our excitement
you would of guessed we were pregnant. For
those of you who don't know, she is ovulating.
We only took about 25 test.

What is in there??? Hurry up and wait for the smiley.

The Swimmers have arrived. Our baby is in that box. We are so excited, we may soon be mommies.

March 15th, 2008

Cynthia Lynn

Chantelle Marie

Best Friends: Married Forever

Mom's to Jake and Joe

Best Friends create the most BEAUTIFUL family

How our family came to be.....When I(Chantelle) was twenty two, I had the most horrible event happen, the death of my 26 year old brother. From this I never knew such a blessing was in store. I became the mom of Joe and the next year Jake(my brother's biological children). The kids and I had lots of ups and downs, some very rocky roads, but we began our journey as a family. We had it rough for awhile, the boys learned I was gay and was seperated from their step-dad Mat. The word step is only noted so if you don't know us, it may sound confussing. He is in every way their father. Mat and I remain great friends and co-parent the boys.FINALLY MY BLESSING CAME ALONG.......FEB. 2005. I met my beautiful best friend Cyndi.We (Cyndi and Chantelle) were best friends for a couple years. Neither of us dreamed, that our friendship would result in a beautiful marriage, shared children, and a FOREVER GROWING LOVE.This page is dedicated to our family. "Somtimes I thank GOD for unanswered prayer's" He knows what you need, and you will receive it when the time is right.


Trying to create our family page. Hope it works.