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  1. Oh, Congratulations!!! What a beautiful baby and I love her name. She is just gorgeous!!!! Enjoy all of the baby cuddles with your newest piece of perfection.
  2. Oh Congrats!!! Charlie is just gorgeous! What a perfect baby! I hope that your daughter is feeling much better quickly. Enjoy your baby holding time!!
  3. Congrats on a job well done and hugs. I'm a long time WTM reader (from many transformations of the Boards) and am preparing to start my 22 year tomorrow. I'm down to only two students (a Senior and a Sophomore) and my days homeschooling are coming to an end. It's exciting and..bittersweet. I'm hoping that you have something lovely planned for today.
  4. Another World's Best family here. It makes cleanup a breeze.
  5. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Our dogs are family members and their loss is always heartbreaking. This sounds typical but it doesn't make it easier. Sending hugs for all of you. May your grief be replaced by gentle memories.
  6. Sending hugs and prayers your way as you navigate through this.
  7. Welcome to the world Hudson!!! You're adorable!!! WAR EAGLE!!! (You're already showing fabulous taste).
  8. Sending hugs and prayers . My mother is a 23 year survivor.
  9. Oh Kathy, she is just lovely. Welcome to the world sweet Emma Claire.
  10. LOL! My first thought was "What!! This isn't a thing anymore?" I feel old... I'm a winter but I always wished to be a spring. LOL.
  11. Sending prayers for safety to all impacted by the storm.
  12. My second daughter was born with a very impressive VSD. She joined our family at 8 months old (and weighed almost 10 pounds). The cardiologist said that she had the largest size Medium VSD for classification. As she grew and gained weight, it slowly began to close. My daughter never needed surgery and is now a healthy and active D1 Athlete.
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