Saturday, March 31, 2012


I was cute and chubby. ;)

Absolute chaos!
That is what my Dad and Grandma both told me about the day I was born in January on 1968. 
They both told me that it was a blizzard outside in Nashville. Yeah, you heard me, I was born during a blizzard.

Dad told me one time, "Your Mother was calmly sewing on buttons to her coat while she was in labor with you. Your Grandma was running around trying to get your Mother's stuff together. I was looking frantically for the keys."

My Mom said about the day, "Yeah, I was sewing buttons on my coat. It was cold out after all. Your Dad scared me half to death with his driving in the blizzard and your Grandma was scared for me and you."

In spite of my Dad's driving, my Grandma going half crazed and my Mom's calmness, we all got to the hospital on time.

The rest is history.

Well, that is how I first made my appearance in the world.  I won't bore you with the long version of the sorted details up until now. Who wants to hear that anyway.

Peace...Naila Moon


  1. Storm in Nashville - well that would be Absolutly crazy!

    Happy A to Z

  2. Hello, Naila! Happy A to Z Challenge Month!! I hear stories like this all the time, how the mom in labor is super calm and everyone else around her is frantic and worried. Funny how that is! I'm glad you all made it to the hospital safe and sound for your birth during that blizzard!

    Nice to meet you and have a great week!

    1. *Grins* I am glad we made it too so now, I can blog about it!

  3. I know you have told me this story before, but it is still amazing . You are still very cute too/

  4. Super cute baby picture. I guess a blizzard in Nashville isn't very common. My daughter was also born in a blizzard, but we're in Minnesota, so that's pretty par for the course.
    Thanks for sharing! Looking forward to more A to Z goodness!

  5. Just the same, you were a real cutie!

    And I am here to welcome you to the Challenge!


    1. Thanks Karen and quite happy to be here!


Thank you for reading and dropping by. I always appreciate your comments. ~Naila Moon