by Published on April 28, 2020

So your mom and I had been married for 15 years when she decided to join me on a trip to Seattle. On the way, we decided we would adopt children since we tried to have you off and on for the better part of the last 15 years. We visited the sites of Seattle. Your mom tricked me into thinking she wanted to see much of nature and we did. This photo is the woods outside of Seattle. What she really wanted to do was take the boat over to the island like they do in "Greys Anatomy". If she had known then that "Twin Peaks" was recorded there we still be in Seattle. :) 

Once we got home, we settled into our normal routine. I traveled to work to Atlanta and my phone started to blow up with messages. One picture. Two, Three then Four. Then a message from your mama asking "what does this mean?!" She hates this story but I love it. It was proof that you finally showed up in this world. You will have to ask mama what the pictures were...I still think it is funny. 

40 weeks later...and a few days, you showed up, December 10th at 10:20 PM. 

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