Blog: A big announcement

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Ok people. Hold on to your hats. It’s time for a big announcement.

We’re expanding the dairy! Well, kind of. The truth is that we’re working on our very own homegrown farmhand.

It seems more cost-effective in the long run.

Confused? I’ll let this picture explain things for you.

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That’s right, folks. The Dairy Man and I are officially expecting our first child! Even though he/she won’t be able to shovel manure for a few more years, we’re over the moon with excitement and gratitude. We feel unspeakably blessed.

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Jersey and the cows seem ambivalent, but they’ll come around. I have no doubt that J-pups will settle into his new role as an older sibling.

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So that’s that. #30 on my 30 things to do before I’m 30 list will be checked off in April 2014. You’re welcome, Mom.

For now, we’re embarking on many months of Dairy Man trying to understand a human pregnancy through his knowledge of cows. I’ll try not to be offended. Whatever helps him cope. As long as we don’t name the baby “Holstein.”

Life is about to change dramatically and irrevocably. I’m thrilled, overwhelmed, ecstatic, and terrified all at the same time. But even amidst the bouts of terror, I thank God for this tiny life inside of me.

On to the next adventure!

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For more adventures from an urbanite learning to live the life of a modern farm wife, visit ModernFarmWife.com.

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Grant    
Kentucky  |  October, 15, 2013 at 09:26 AM

Congratulation's, enjoy every minute of the coming years they will pass quickly. And keep sharing.

mike    
new Zealand  |  October, 15, 2013 at 12:27 PM

You would be happy to know how surprised how our Dr. was when she learned of our experience with embryo tranfer and the knowledge most DM have with reproduction. Most city guys have no clue! Congratulations to both of you. My mother said she has been compared to a bovive all of her life like a true lady or queen.


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