Haiku Holiday

May 9, 2010 at 9:05 am | Posted in Bun, Haiku Friday | 25 Comments
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Haiku Holiday: Special Edition Addition

Back labor? You bet.
Contractions? Yep. Here we go.
Bun is done baking.

Next stop: hospital.
Next step: our four becomes five.
Next post: no idea.

Stay tuned. Meet Bun soon.
Tiny toes and hands. Wrinkles.
My brand new bunny.

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  1. May I say, I am hugely impressed that you can write a haiku while in labor.

    Congratulations on the arrival of your new bunny!! Wishing you a peaceful labor and delivery, and much joy for you and your family with the new little one.

    • Well, I had it ready to go and just had to post it. Managed to get that done, but that was the extent of my spare brain power today. =>

      Bun’s here. All is well. Pictures soon.

  2. Seriously, a haiku while in labor….you. are. wonder. woman.

    I hope you have a safe, healthy labor! Can’t wait to meet your newest addition!

    Congrats!!!!

  3. Wow! What a Mother’s Day present THAT would be!
    Good luck – can’t wait to read the happy news!

  4. Yippppeee! Congrats to you and the family! I am praying for a wonderful delivery! Can’t wait to see pictures of the new addition.

  5. Yay! So excited! I’m surprised you can even think straight, let alone write a haiku, especially with back labor. Horrible, horrible back labor. Can’t wait to meet your new bunny.

  6. Happy, happy birthing day. I hope it is fast and beautiful.

  7. I just stopped by to see if there was any news as I was thinking about you today of all days. What a wonderful day for Bun to arrive on, every Mothers Day in the future will be a double celebration for you both.

    Happy Mothers Day – wishing you all the very best today

  8. I can’t wait to hear! What a beautiful (and painful) Mother’s Day present. Good luck to you, Stacia! (I’ll be thinking of you, because I was reflecting on my own labors today.)

  9. What a perfect day to have a baby!! Praying for a speedy and safe delivery. And I am a sucker for baby pictures, so I can’t wait to see them!

  10. Woo-Hoo!! And right on the day we were hoping. I hope everything goes smoothly for you all. Happy Mother’s Day!!

  11. Oh oh oh!!! Good luck 🙂 I hope Bun has arrived and everyone is enjoying new baby smell and love!!
    Thinking of you – Happy Mother’s Day!

  12. Congratulations, Stacia, and best wishes for a speedy delivery! I can’t wait to meet little Bun!

  13. I will be keeping you in my prayers. I hope everything goes smoothly. Tell your husband I said hello and congrats!

  14. Haiku comment:

    Oh, how exciting!
    Will it be on Mother’s Day?
    I sure hope it is…

  15. Funny pic! Congrats! Can’t wait to see the new bunny. 🙂

  16. Just answering my comments from Friday and thought: I better click over there and see if she’s had that baby yet!
    How exciting!! I hope you’re holding he/she in your arms this very minute. Or sleeping. But definitely done…

  17. Found your blog through domestic diva and I had to come over here to meet a fellow Statia…err Stacia. Good luck with the new baby!

  18. So excited for you! And you got to go to your Princess’s event also, yay. I had a haiku holiday too … was on vacation and thought I’d manage to post but ph, well! Yours is more exciting than anything I’d have come up with. Congrats!

  19. I just read today’s post, so I’m hoping that was scheduled to post and you are cuddling a newborn right now! Fingers crossed and Congratulations!

  20. Congratulations on little bun!

  21. Woo-hoo! Can’t wait to hear all the details. So happy for you, and for your family!

  22. Congratulations! May little bun be a calm bun, and happy bun, a sleep-well kind of bun. And may you feel loved and cared for.

  23. Best. Mother’s. Day. Present. Ever!

    Congratulations!!! Sorry I missed this earlier but I was thinking and wondering about you on Mother’s Day, “hmmm, wouldn’t it be great if she delivered on Mother’s Day?”

    And sure enough… Welcome Bun. Can’t wait to “meet you” and hear stories about you. They are going to be wonderful, just like the ones of your siblings.

  24. […] This house is full of pictures — the two of us, smiling; then the three of us, then four, then five — so this must be home. We are here. In every […]


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