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Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

I took the girls to visit one of my friends who just had her first baby at 44. Lisa did not get married until she was 42. Her husband was also 42 and had never been married. They grew up about 12 miles from each other and had never met. They are a great couple.
They really wanted a baby but her doctor and a fertility doctor had told them that children were NOT possible.
BUT GOD...........is bigger than medical problems.
Darling Abby-Kate was born on April 1st. (my birthday)







She is a happy, healthy and perfect baby girl!
Good things happen to those who wait!

Comments

Sara Lynn said…
She is absolutely precious! And I love the bib. I bought one for my niece when she was a baby.
Tara G. said…
What a beautiful story- and baby!!! :)
The Ormons said…
I LOVE a God story like that.. who can deny God.
bella said…
I love hearing stories like this. What a beautiful baby girl. I bet he has big plans for her!
Green Girl said…
I needed to read that today!
Thank you Laurie!
Jill said…
What a sweet baby! Love the bib and love the birthday (also my hubby's)!
Tiffanie said…
How great is our GOD!
Jennifer said…
What a precious story!! She is beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!!
Odie Boggs said…
PTL!! God can do the impossible!!!!

Odie
www.boogbloggs.com
Nancy said…
How sweet!! What an amazing story!
Jill said…
Oh I love this story!! Encourages my almost-35 heart that wants more babies. :)

God is good!
His Doorkeeper said…
I love it when people say, "It can't happen" and God says, "Watch this!" Beautiful baby! Great post!
Nothing is impossible with God...she is adorable.
Giggles said…
Thanks for posting. Encouraging for me since I am 40 and still praying for children.
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How encouraging! I am 26 and as single as they come! This was good to my heart tonight! :)
Bear Girl said…
That gives me hope...I am 43 and not married...still looking for a good, CHRISTIAN man! If you know anyone near Chicago let me know...or hey...even by you...would love to relocate.
What a blessed and wonderful story!! I really like the bib and would like to buy for a gift. Can anyone tell me where to buy this bib??
Ryan V. said…
Wow- amazing story! Beautiful baby girl!
Anonymous said…
So encouraging!! I'm almost 34 and haven't been married or had kids yet. Thanks for posting!

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