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  1. How we are doing

    So excited. Elijah is now pulling himself up to stand holding onto things. We are having so much fun watching all these new things and thank God that Elijah is here with us for us to do so. Went shopping with Aunt Nancy last night, and again, Aunt Nancy bought all these cute things for him. I can't wait for new things to happen with him. I still can't believe he will be 1 yrs old next month. well, he is tucked in for the night, sleeping like my little angel.
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  2. Waiting, only 5 more days

    Wow I never thought that I would be so ready to meet my little girl. I am feeling really anxious. I don't know what to do with myself. I am feeling well so I can't complain there. I think I may be quite suprised when labor arrives. I feel like I should be doing something, going somewhere, visiting someone. But instead I am here in Ann Arbor, I can only travel in the city, and people can only come and visit me. I want to meet my little girl, hold her hand, tell her I love her face to face. ...
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  3. GOING GOOD

    HOPE eveyone is doing well, we are all well now, after cole having the flu and me having Pneumonia and Daddy, well Daddy just doesnt get sick !!!
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  4. nothing better than being a mommy

    It has been almost 2 weeks, time is flying by! We have changed a couple hundred diapers- had many sleepless nights, and have found out we know nothing about being parents-but we are learning and I love every part of being a mommy.

    When Nate and I were first married we decided to weigh the pros and cons of having children. It was something we had always talked about doing someday-but we thought that we should make sure it was what we wanted. There were so many reasons not to have ...
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  5. Sophia's Journey

    Eli and Sophia's condition
    On September 7, 2006, my husband and I went in for a routine ultrasound in order to determine the sex of our baby. I was 17 weeks and 6 days pregnant. This appointment brought us much more than we bargained for. Shortly after finding out the that Lord had blessed us with a precious baby girl, we learned that she had a life threatening condition called a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (occuring in 1 in 3,000-5,000 births.) The doctors prognosis was very grim and ...
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