"Congrats! My little guy is in the NICU too and it is sooooo hard to leave him there but I keep trying to think that in a month or two this will all be behind us and I'll have my baby home. It's so scary to have a premie but it sounds li..."
Rory because he's my little lion and Barnard after his grandpa. Finally, my husband and I have agreed. it took a lot of contemplation but we're very happy that he has a name and....he really suits it!"
I do not know weather you celebrate Easter but I do- if you do please accept my best wishes.
Wishing you a Very “HAPPY EASTER”
With Love And Best Wishes..
May That EASTER Day Brings
LOT of Happiness And JOYS in your LIFE
May you Live Long LIFE,
And That EASTER day Will comes in your life Hundred Times…
May all your dreams become true and have prosperous life along with love, peace and luck
I wish you have a HAPPY EASTER DAYS!!!
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