Wednesday, February 14, 2007

The Indigo Family Just Got Larger

Much sooner than expected, the large Indigo family has grown. In the past few days we have welcomed into our lives two brand new little people.

From far away Wisconsin, February 10, some nine days early, my niece Erin and her husband, Marcus, were blessed with a baby boy.

Much nearer to home,on February 12 in Sacramento, a precious little girl was delivered to my niece Piper and her husband, Jeremy. Not to be outdone by her slightly older cousin, our newest bundle of joy debuted nineteen days early.

And we are not yet finished. Another little baby is expected in late summer to join his or her big brother in Atlanta.

Amidst the horror, turmoil, destruction, and stupidity that normally is written about in these editorials, sometimes small, but bright rays of pure and joyous light shine through. And for a time, an ever so brief time, the world is very far away and all is right in the universe.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.


dcat said...

Congratulations to the Indigo Red family!!! :D

Now email me and tell me which one you are I have a guess. :)

Indigo Red said...

Thank you on behalf of the whole clan. I'm only sorry that I cannot meet the wee folk for many months.

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Congratulations! I hope you do get to meet them soon.

Mike's America said...

That's a lot of Indigos!

Indigo Red said...

I'll probably get up to see the little rascals this summer, Wordsmith. It's real important to meet the scamps when they're babies when the survival bonding brain circuits are still strong. Too late and their trust has to be earned.

Yep, that is alot of Indigos. And we were missing one. He was busy in the Persian Gulf aboard the USS McCambell colliding with Arab fishing vessels. At least that's what the public was told. It was a small oil tanker that deliberatly rammed the warship. The crew was ordered not to fire at 1000 yards as ship protection protocols demand. All the Indigos are very glad it was just a probing action. So glad.

Anonymous said...

I'm famous - my picture is on the internet (if that was all it took), don't forget to add our new little one to your visitation list when you come up this summer - I'd be happy to have you invade his synapsis. cousin L.

Indigo Red said...

Good heavens, there's another short person I didn't know about? Of course I will. Synaptic invasion is what I'm all about...and the Hokey-Pokey.

My first born sister once asked Dad why he had eight children. Without skipping a beat, Dad replied, "Everyone needs a hobby."

Seems hobbies are genetically passed on.

Indigo Red said...

Cousin L,

It is really a thrill to know you read my blog. I've seen Roseville on tyhe statistics page several times and have wondered who it was from home.

I'm glad it's you.

Anonymous said...

Dear Uncle Indi,
My parents hope to have me out to California in November (my mom's work needs to give the okay).
Gramma and Papa spent several weeks with me. I am a growing boy, having put on 2 pounds and 2 inches in 3 weeks. I'm already weighing 9 pounds!
I am a beautiful baby boy and I have a wonderful mother who has never said a harsh word to me, no matter how late I wake her, or how long I keep her up.
I am looking forward to meeting my family! Love from your nephew, Gabe

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