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Happy Mother's Day!!!

McBebe! We love you momma!

     We are so thankful for you Marie!

So glad to have you in our lives, Susan! Beautiful as ever!

Grateful for your love, Suzy!

Thank You MOMS for all you did, all you do, and all we know (depend on you to do) you'll keep on doing! We love you so very much, and are so thankful for your presence in our lives. 
We look forward to you being our baby's grandmas!!!

Tim and Amy Kate

Tim got me flowers and made breakfast this morning! Beautiful Orange Lilies and Roses (same color as those in our wedding)!
So thankful for him and the baby we have! It was my first official Mother's Day celebrating me in the mix. How special!


mom-suzy said…
Thank you so much. What a nice acknowledgement to us moms.
Tim, I am so blessed to be a mom and to know and experience your love and who you are.
I look forward to you two very soon knowing the blessing of parenthood.
Love you,
info said…
Love to all you Kastenbauers! Thank you for the sweet comments and photos. So fun to be able to stay caught up with you online. Waiting anxiously for the K-Baby to arrive. XOXO Susan
We are so anxious to REALLY experience parenthood! It will be a great adventure, for sure!

Susan, You Are so welcome, and deserving!!! Glad you guys can keep up on the blog, since we're so far apart physically! Love you!!

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