It was some time ago that I told you that we were expecting a new grandbaby sometime in early April. Buck and Lora were adding to their family.
They already had Scotty and Lucy….
Scotty is 4 1/2 and Lucy is 2.
On Tuesday morning they went in and Lora was induced. The plans were to go in Thursday but things changed due to COVID-19. The doctors are trying to not flip back and forth from clinic to delivery so much. That meant that they wanted Lora to deliver earlier so thus inducing on Tuesday.
They didn’t find out if they were having a boy or a girl…so there was a lot of suspense with the family…They ended up having….
In the midst of the crazy world something joyful happened. Buck and Lora had their baby. I’m not allowed to go see her so I’m hoping for a flood of pictures.
Lillian Jo Elizabeth Kramer
8lbs 11oz 21″
Born 3/31 6:39PM
We are all so excited. I adore this picture. I love Lucy’s little hands on her hips. I’m hoping she doesn’t have some crazy thoughts of new little Lilly taking her place as the baby.
I think it’s going to be so cute to have Lucy and Lilly.
I had to laugh. Shortly after this picture was taken Buck called and said, “Mom, how did you have five of us?” Bahahaha….he said this cute special family moment lasted about 5 minutes then the oldest two were off to do their own thing.
I have to admit, a part of me is sad too. No Grandma visits. No seeing her in the flesh…no Grandma snuggles. No Grandma kisses for awhile. I am so thankful that Buck is good with facetime and calling.
So if anyone is keeping track…Here’s the grandkid tally….
Kalissa and Craig have Gannon and Carver (on the left)
Kayla and Spencer have Jasper (I’m holding)
Buck and Lora have Scotty and Lucy (and now Lilly)-(back right)
Kelli and Jason have Georgia (front right)
Our own kids are 8 years apart..and we have five. Our oldest kids didn’t have kids right away and were in their 30s when they did. So when our youngest had the first grandchild, I said I figured we’d add more quickly and we have. Each of them is a true blessing and I love being their grandma.
I hope to show you all many pictures of Lilly in the years to come.