Monthly Archives: January 2010

Dear Thomas.

Dear Thomas, You will be born soon. Although that is something I am certain of, I still don’t really believe that I’m going to be your mommy. We are 9 days away from our due date today and that seems … Continue reading

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Huckle Love.

I love this dog.  He is my baby.  He is so cute and confident and guards his pregnant mommy on walks through the woods on New Years Day.  Kevin and I talk all the time about how we really need … Continue reading

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Swaddle Practice.

I didn’t know how to swaddle a baby and I told my sister that although I appreciated the swaddles/swaddle outfits/swaddlers (I’m not sure of their official title — see how much I don’t know?!) that I couldn’t for the life … Continue reading

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Showering At Work.

If you know me, then you know that my job gets insanely out-of-control crazy when it snows in Atlanta.  Everyone at my workplace is working around-the-clock crazy hours, the whole city stops, schools and businesses are canceled and the people … Continue reading

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Nursery Goodness.

If you read my last blog entry, you already know that I think my sister is awesome.  She did SO MUCH to help me with the nursery this past weekend.  On top of that, every other family member I have … Continue reading

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30 Reasons I LOVE Rachel On Her 30th Birthday (And Always.)

1. She saved me from being run over in the Wal-Mart parking lot. 2. She will fix my hair for me. 3. She forgave me for not telling her about Santa. For a long time. 4. She played every, single … Continue reading

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My Weekend Plans.

Include cleaning this up: I’m telling you — I was getting sort of close to having the nursery somewhat organized.  And I was going to be able to show it off to you guys!  And then — well, it turns … Continue reading

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