Upping the ante

When we’ve described our upcoming travel and moving plans to people, some have said “How exciting!”  Others, perhaps a bit more blunt, have said, “You’re crazy.”  Two dissertations, two adults, and one child will be flying across the Atlantic to try to make the leap from graduate students to paid academics in a whole new country and educational system.  Clearly, however, stakes weren’t high enough yet: I wonder what the comments will be when we add that we’re expecting a second child, to be born next February in England.

Erin

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13 Responses to Upping the ante

  1. Mother-of-the-bride says:

    You’re positive it’s only one??

  2. fustianist says:

    The odds are strongly against me, at any rate.

    Erin

  3. Heidi says:

    I’ve heard that Feb 14 is a great day to be born, from people who know these kinds of things…. 🙂

  4. Lisa says:

    CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!
    Let me know when you’re ready for visitors (/babysitters) in the UK!!!

    <3, L

  5. elizabeth says:

    haha HA! perfect!! Congratulations to you all!

  6. Laura Boll Peifer says:

    Wow!! How exciting! How are you feeling? Hope it is/was a better first tri. 🙂

  7. Rachel says:

    Aww, that’s great news! And that cabin with its cocktail of *interesting* items is simply incredible.

  8. Congratulations! I bet I’ll be among the first to see the new baby when I jump the pond next April.

    David

  9. Ryan says:

    Congrats… Oh and yeah, you’re nuts, but we all knew that already.

  10. Mother-of-the-bride says:

    Feb 26 is a better date to be born, from people who know those kinds of things, says Grandpa Clifford!

  11. lauren says:

    !!!!!!! congratulations!! erin, that is so wonderful. much love to you all!

  12. Jenny says:

    Wow! How wonderful and exciting and oh how great! Crazy as well, of course. 😉

    Congratulations!

  13. Wonderful, wonderful news! Congratulations!
    –L

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