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Another Crew Member Joins the Cast

Meet Jellybean (formerly known as Baby Monster).

He is Monster Mama's (here out known as'll see why) first baby.

Notice the Tatas...well, I guess you can't really see them. But anyone who has delivered remembers the tatas (the very good part of having a baby is having an excellent chest to go with it). Okay, I guess I just took my blog to PG level. Sorry y'all. But I'm all about keeping it real. (Speaking of real, isn't she pretty?)

Uncle Man Beast holds Jellybean for the first time. (You can't tell from the look on his face, but he's lovin' it!)

Uncle Boy - Jellybean makes him a cousin

Aunt Gurl - in 7th Heaven. She was almost excited as Iva to hold Jellybean. Almost.

The proud Aunt...the first baby makes Iva an aunt. Oh happy day!

And the coolness doesn't stop there! Baby Brother (that's Iva's ... well, BABY BROTHER) is having his first boy in May. Check out the cool 3-D! (sorry it's so's what I had to work with)

I love you!

Until next time...


  1. AWESOME!!! Congratualtions. Boy, have the kids really grown up. Blessings, dear friend. ♥

  2. Thank you very much. They are coming for a visit on Sunday...I so cannot wait!

  3. so sweet! congratulations.


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