Chapter 1.17

It was just a matter of time before that confounded CrinkleWinkle bad luck was to rear its nasty little head again.  I guess I should be grateful it did not decide to spoil Geraldine’s birthday.  **sigh**

Hmmm... what is it with that CrinkleWinkle 'luck'??

Hmmm... what is it with that CrinkleWinkle 'luck'??

I was at the cemetery placing some flowers at poor Tom Shallow’s grave.  Of course I was not expecting to go into labour, as the baby was not due for awhile yet.  **Never be too sure of yourself, Morti.. tsk tsk**

YES!! You guessed right… right there in the cemetery in the middle of laying the flowers… I felt the pain!

I rushed home as quick as a I could.  And boy did I feel the pain.  One would really think that it gets less painful as more kids come along…** PFFT! No such luck!**

Didn’t I ask you dear journal to remind me not to do this again!!!

I was relieved at least it was not in the toilet again… **rolls eyes**

Remember to breathe

Remember to breath

Luckily Maxi was around… **I think?**

Omg omg omg!! Mom's in labour! EEK!

Omg omg omg!! Mom's in labour! EEK!

**LOL, she looks more panic stricken than i do**

Well, one thing about more than one kid, is the labour gets quicker.  I guess I should be grateful for that.  Before I knew it, it was over.

A baby boy!I was so happy to have a healthy, bouncy baby boy!  Jon would be so proud!  I could not wait to break the news to him.  I named him Jefferson after my father.

What a cutie

What a cutie

Seems like he got the CrinkleWinkle lips!  He was so adorable, and I was so happy to be a ‘new’ mommy again.  I wondered what life would hold for this little man and whether all his wishes would come true.

One thing was for sure, I would do all in my power to help him along the way.

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4 comments

  1. moondaisy101 · October 9, 2009

    “One thing was for sure, I would do all in my power to help him along the way.”

    Aww… sweet! (I hate it when ‘spares’ get treated callously.) I’m looking forward to see how they all get on in life. Morticia sure is a strong woman… she has really grown on me over reading these chapters!

  2. worsiedog · October 9, 2009

    Thanks moondaisy.

    Yes, she is a strong woman, and I am glad you feel that way as that was the most important theme I wanted to convey in this story.

    “A legacy of STRONG women”

  3. catherinesims3 · November 12, 2009

    I predict the strong women will raise their boys to be good men, too. 😀

    • worsiedog · November 12, 2009

      Awww.. Jefferson was such a sweetie, I am so very sad that I lost him:(

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