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Tuesday, 13 September 2011

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Happy Birthday!

Sounds like a lovely one.

Sounds like your birthday was fabulous. I hope the coming days are too.
So sad about TG's biograndfather. It never ceases to amaze me how much things can change in the blink of an eye.

these are not "small things" at all. each one momentous!

so glad your birthday was so wonderful.

it is so awesome that you are getting to spend so much quality time with sydney and her family.

what a crazy two years this has been. with such big things ahead.

so excited for you guys!

p.s. I remember when we first heard J's heartbeat, at a midwife appointment on the afternoon that obama was inaugurated. it was a special moment!

Induction on Friday! So exciting!

Funny how the "small" things are really the biggest things. So happy to hear you had a fabulous birthday!

So glad you had such a good day. And that things are going so well with Sydney. Fingers crossed Friday is a good day for all of you.

I am overcome with tears and goosebumps. Happy Birthday to you. What a wonderful time to get to spend this time together. I just love, love reading all these stories. Thank you for sharing so much of it with us. Really, thank you. :-) Enjoy your last few sleep-filled nights.

Thanks for sharing again. What an incredible journey you are all on. Happy birthday and wow, Friday! Wishing you all, all the best.

Thanks for sharing again. What an incredible journey you are all on. Happy birthday and wow, Friday! Wishing you all, all the best.


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