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It's a....

BOY!!

Can y'all believe it?! I was in shock for a day or so thinking, oh my gosh what do I do with a boy?! This is a whole new world for me! I quickly began to see what a wonderful world it's going to be after seeing pictures of our little guy and knowing that the Lord is making Him for us. The first thing I did when I found out was head straight to the mall. I have major shopping to do y'all! There is not a lick of baby blue in this house but that has all changed in the past 4 days. I've been going crazy shopping for him and planning his nursery and such. It has been killing me to not share any of this with anyone.

My husbands 30th birthday party/gender reveal party was last night and I was counting down the minutes!

We had our family over for dessert and this is how it went down...


 The Cake.
I clearly won't be opening a bakery anytime soon!

 ready for the party!

The gang right before we cut the cake

Birthday boy!

 Blue means BOY!

OH MY!!!  Their faces are priceless!

 So exciting!

Proud sissy

 BLUE!

 I can't wait to see her with the little man!
As you can probably tell, our family was just as surprised and excited as we are! This will be the first boy in my family in a VERY long time. There is no denying that this one is a boy! Needless to say, I will not be posting the "boy" picture on the internet!

Our little man does have a name and we are thrilled to announce it!
William Allan Andrews. 
We'll most likely just call him Will. Kate calls him "wheel". I have loved the name will for years and Allan is a family name on my husbands side. I am sure we will never hear the end of "Will and Kate" but I can assure you that is not how we picked his name.
We love the meaning behind his name...
William (Protector) Allan (Handsome) Andrews (Manly)

5 more months and he will be in our arms. Hard to believe we are on our way to a family of 4. I can't even describe the joy and excitement that my heart is filled with. An amazing husband, a precious daughter and now a son on the way! I never imagined this would be my life. I love it and am so thankful.

Can hardly wait to meet you sweet Will and welcome you into this world!

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