Thursday, July 14, 2011

Violet Violet Violet ..ღ

VIOLETღ Is this precious baby girls name!

I think about her all the time...
In fact last night this little angel was playing and doing
flips all night long!
How could i forget about her;)
Yes this mama did not sleep much these last few nights
And i think it just might be this way for the rest of this pregnancy
too!
Its was the same way for me in my 2other pregnancies
no sleep pretty much for the last 8wks till they arrived. Its like
they are aware of how soon they make their appearance and are jumping for joy!

..Do you keep journals? I do
and i have lots!!
I was reading through some of my old ones from 10yrs ago when
i was pregnant with the twins and it
made me laugh and cry...
How so many things change..
I couldn't stop thinking how young and naive i was...
Thank God he was there for me through it all!
And our family!!!
Monica,Tim,Aligna sr., and Papa Jose'
Grandparents what a amazing role you play in our lives!!!
You have watched,loved, prayed over our precious
babies since they came into this world.
It has made such a difference in the way we have
grown as parents and has blessed our marriage as well!
Thank you Thank you thank you!!
We love you guys so much and appreciate you all so much more
now as we've grown up too:)

And now so soon i get to introduce you all to
Violet!
I cant wait..
Did you know how many different kinds of Violet flowers there
are?? LOTS here are some i found







What a amazing Creator we serve!
God is the ultimate artist and dreamer

Fun facts i found out about our baby girls name:

Violet has a variety of meanings: Love; Modesty; Virtue; Affection; Faithfulness ("I'll always be true") and a Good Luck symbol for women. Violets can be either violet or white. The violet is February's birth flower.


The color violet was named after the flower - first being recorded as a color name in English in 1370. The color violet has many symbolic meanings, such as: in Chinese painting, violet represents the harmony of the Universe because it is a combination of red (yang) and blue (yin); in Western churches violet is the liturgical color for both Advent and lent.
Violet was one of the earliest flower names to be used as a first name. Violette occurred as a personal name in the south of France in the Middle Ages. By the 16th C it was fairly common in Scotland, through French influence, and continued to be used there. In England Violet was used as early as 1700, becoming well established in the 19th century. By the 1830s Violet was in general use in both the U.S. and Britain. Violet was a top 100 name in the US from 1901-1926 and fashionable in Britain during the same time period.
The early run of the name was probably begun by Lord Lytton's highly successful novel "The Sea Captain" (1839) in which Violet is the heroine.

There seems to be so much to do before this baby girl
comes..but most importantly i want god to prepare my mind
and heart for this precious arrival.
Trying to enjoy these moments before she's here..
yes being present is key
 Phi 4:8
Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, let your mind dwell on these things.

praying you have a great day!

With much love, this girls journey








3 comments:

  1. ahhhhh! :) I Love this.
    and I love you.

    <3your sister.

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  2. I love this post! Love the name, Love the verse, Love the many flowers!

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