Congrats to my beautiful sister on the birth of her baby boy...after 10 years of heartache and pain she's one blessed happy mommy to be holding her baby! On a side note I'm an AUNT for the first time :) FEELING BLESSED!
Hi - that is so weird I was just thinking of you the other day! We are all doing great..hope you and your family are the same! How is your little one doing? More to come?
My little guy started SK so now DD and I are trying to get into our groove..Im not sure if I have her settled into a routine or the other way around! Either way I guess is ok..she is a wonderful baby. She just celebrated her first birthday and her "stats" are a incredible..she is 33.5 inches tall, weighs in at 27 pounds..crawls around like a demon..crab walks like there is an ice cream waiting for her in the "other" room, has 12 teeth and wow I could go on and on..
I dont remember life without her..or my son either for that matter..but each ,milestone she reaches has me aching to stop her and keep her little.. .
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