False Alarm

Well, yesterday’s contractions were not nothing, but they weren’t enough to get the birthing machine going. This afternoon they slowed waaayyy down. So, still waiting.

This picture was taken today. Isn’t she just gorgeous? 🙂 Today was a crazy day, so it probably was good that he didn’t come just yet. Let’s see, Susan had her first 7th grade basketball game tonight (which they won by a landslide). Lizzy had her first ballet class tonight. Amy had a park board meeting and I had a voters meeting. Thankfully Amy’s sister Angie is here helping us out this week. Pray for those contractions to start again!

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About Rev. Paul L. Beisel

Graduate of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN in 2001 (M Div.) and 2004 (S.T.M.); LC-MS Pastor and Adjunct Instructor for John Wood Community College; Husband of Amy and father of Susan, Elizabeth, Martin, and Theodore.
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3 Responses to False Alarm

  1. Amy Beisel says:

    Birthing Machine? Well I guess that is the best compliment I’ve received in a while, considering the way I look….thanks for putting the great pic up for all to see, dear!
    Love,
    Your Beloved

  2. Rev. Benjamin Mayes says:

    Lookin’ good! Lord’s blessings on the next few days!

  3. Leistico says:

    back in July, Timothy gave Laura contractions Saturday morning, strong and consistent… until we got into the car… get to the hospital 40 minutes later and their machine can tell there are contractions, but Laura can barely feel them, so we come home.
    Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday go by without feeling a thing. Thursday morning contractions start up again – and ease up again slightly when we get into the car… here we go again? no. We get to the hospital, and they get super-strong. 40 minutes after walking into the hospital, Timothy comes out.
    here’s to hoping you don’t have to wait as long as we did after our false alarm, and that God would provide a safe delivery from the curses of childbearing.

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