you're very welcome, and NO.. THANK YOU!! you've helped me more than you know throughout this pregnancy.. and still are!! lol - the good Lord didn't put us here to be miserable.. positivity = happiness. I guess I have my awesome parents to thank for that.. Colby Lee is lucky & blessed in many ways, but he sure has blessed me! I can't wait to share him with you!! ((:
good morning!!! I JUST commented to Josiah's photos.. HANDSOME!!!! omg, I could eat him up.. he looks so happy & healthy, you're so blessed! now I'm super anxious lol - thank you for posting!! he's perfect. (((: ♥
omg, that just made me cry a little bit!!!! lol time has definitely flown by.. and I DO remember asking about the fetal monitors!!! wow, God is good.. & yes, I'll absolutely be posting those pictures! I'm going to be so busy, but I'm so excited.. I need to be busy anyways so I'm not sitting & dwelling on his arrival!! lol ((:
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