One of Each!

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Sam is thrilled about being a puppy brother to Sloane and Henry!

We found out a few weeks ago but we’ve been keeping it a secret. I was convinced we were having two boys – mainly because I’ve had vivid dreams about little boys with B’s blonde curls – so I wanted to triple check before we told the world. We see a high-risk maternal-fetal specialist every two weeks so we get to check in often. I love seeing how much they grow in such a short period of time. Henry is up top and Sloane is below, literally using my bladder as a pillow. I’m hoping she finds a new spot soon!

Initially, we kept the news to ourselves. But our parents could not wait any longer so we had them over for a Sunday lunch with this amazing cake from Edgar’s Bakery here in Birmingham.

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Each slice was separated by either a thin layer of blue or pink icing. We also revealed the names – Sloane Bradford and Henry Morgan. And I must note that it only took us about 10 minutes to decide on a name for each so B and I felt that if we agreed that quickly, it was meant to be. Both names represent family – Morgan being my maiden name and Bradford being his and his father’s names.

Sadly, I was too caught up in the moment and forgot to get a good picture of the reveal! But to say the soon-to-be grandparents are ecstatic is an understatement.

 

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One comment

  1. love, love the names Ashley! Wish I could give you another big squeeze, so happy for you guys! Enjoy every bladder crushing moment. 🙂 Thanks again for the seats, it was a gorgeous night to be in Bryant Denny!

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