Thursday, August 2, 2007

The Bradshaw Family Blog




Hello Out There!

This is a totally new world for me...this whole blogging thing. Since Jonathan and I have moved to Knoxville this past May, it seems that anybody who is anybody has a blog! We decided that we needed to join the bandwagon, especially with our baby girl arriving any day now, so here it goes. I think having a blog will also be a great way for our families and friends to keep up with what's going on in our lives on a daily basis.

Here's a quick rundown of what's been happening over the past few months. Jonathan graduated from LSU Dental School in May of this year. After months of praying and God opening up very clear doors for us, we felt him leading us to Knoxville, TN, where Jonathan is doing a General Dentistry Residency at the Univeristy of Tennessee Medical Center. I am just about nine months pregnant with our first daughter, Nora Kathryn Bradshaw. She is due to arrive on August 21st, but we are hoping she will decide to come before then. I am no longer teaching, but thankfully will be a stay-at-home wife and mother. We go to church at Cornerstone Church of Knoxville, a Sovereign Grace church, where we have immediately felt the hospitality, fellowship, and true friendship of so many new people.

As you can see, we have lots going on in our lives currently! We are so excited about all that is happening, especially about the pending arrival of Baby Nora. We'll keep you posted! Thanks for reading.

15 comments:

amy maples said...

Welcome to the blog-o-sphere! =) Great first post!!!

Anonymous said...

Good girl... do you know that I also have a blog for our little family... I just have yet to post something... You've inspired me! Maybe I'll post something... maybe...........

Suzanne said...

way to go!

MOM said...

Mom said... Awesome job daughter.

kate said...

Casey! I am looking forward to reading all about your sweet family - and little Nora! I love you!

- Rebecca St. James

Anonymous said...

As wonderful as you are, Casey, your parents must be super folks. You are soooo lucky.

Anonymous said...

Casey
I remembers you from Picadilly in Nawlins, baby. You was so preshus singing with that piano player man. I am prowd you was able to get married. Best wishes with your baby, dawlin.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Casey Marie
Congrats on the pregnancy!! Don't know why you waited so long. Most of us here at Cabrini got that done by 11th grade! If your weight stays up, you can join the alum marching team!
Latreesha Jones

Mom - in-law said...

This is so neat and cool! I don't even care if it's not cool to say neat and cool!! Way to go- need pictures.

Sadie Bell said...

Refreshing idea. I strongly encourage this manner of communication. I feel it displays warmth whilst at the same time has the potentiality of conveying useful information. Bravo

Lil Norbert said...

Hey, Aunt Casey and Uncle Jonathan.
Mama said it's okay to write to you all. I wanted to thank Uncle Jonathan for the GREAT dental work.

I love you all.
Norbert

Roberto Gritzmo said...

Hey Doctor Jonatin and Miss Casey,
First you make me mouth look like new, and now you got de baby, too?
I be thanking da Lord for folks like you! You got skills for certain.
Be blessed
Roberto

C. J. said...

Casey and Jonathan, you are such a wonderful couple. Your warm hospitality and grace were so appreciated during our stay with you all. Casey, those biscuits and gravy were all I could talk about last week when we returned home.
I just know you are going to have a wonderful experience with little Nora.
Be mightily blessed.
Love, C. J.

Billy G. said...

My dear friends Jonathan and Casey, it is with great love I again write to you. I must thank Jonathan for his wisdom and guidance always. Casey, you are a marvelous person and wonderful host to us. Thank you for allowing us to stay in your beautiful home again.
The Lord has already blessed Nora with a mother such as yourself. We look forward to hearing from you again soon.
Much love,
Billy G.

Mother Cabrini said...

My dear child Casey.
As an alum from my namesake institution of higher learning, I desire you to know of the peace I feel knowing you are well and with child in Tennessee. May our Father bless you and your family always.

With love,
Mother Cabrini

P.S. Can you send some banjo strings?