Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Meeting Grammy for the First Time

 

My youngest met his grammy (my first mother) for the first time today!

11 comments:

Lori said...

Love at first giggle!

birthmothertalks said...

Very sweet!!! I am so happy that they got to meet and hope it's one of many times that they come together.

Litha Jameson said...

Is your (a)mom okay with having your (b)mom around and part of the grandkids' lives? I ask because although I don't have children, I could totally see this being an issue with my (a)mom. I can hear her 'snotty' voice now... "I'm THE mother." I mean, she says she has always supported me but since my (b)mom has never really been a part of my life even after reunion, I'm not sure it's genuine on the part of my (a)mom. It's easy to say you're supportive when you don't have to be confronted with another mother - y'know?

Katydid said...

Love love love this.... How beautiful that they will have that relationship from the start.
Katy

Susie said...

Smiling. With tears in my eyes. What a wonderful moment for all of you ~ makes me very happy for you Amanda!

Michelle said...
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Priscilla Sharp said...

Love it! Lucky Matt and William to have so many Grandmas! One can never have too many Grammies! 6:o}

Lori said...

Ok, I am just going to ask - you can post this if you want or not - but wtf? You are so generous to share with your first mother? Ok, so maybe it is ugly, but that is mean and uncalled for.

Anonymous said...

Lori, I am sorry about how my comment sounded. I did not mean to suggest Amanda should not share her children with her first mother. I am a first mother, too, and I would love to think I will be included should my daughter have children. I am not sure she will feel she can, because of loyalty to her adoptive family. That was the underlying sentiment of my comment. I would delete it, but the trash button is missing.

Amanda, I hope I have not offended you. Or any other mothers. One thing I really admire about you is that you do give both mothers the respect they deserve. Please feel free to delete my prior comment, as I don't think it conveyed my true meaning.

Thanks,
Michelle

Amanda said...

Michelle,

I did not think your comment was offensive at all. I will delete it if it would make you feel better though :-)

An said...

What lovely photos! Your son is adorable!