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December 08, 2006


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Wow, what a touching post! It's a new stage in your life and you describe it beautifully.


Your Mom gave you the tools to grow and do the right things in your life. If you believe as I do, she is looking down on you all of the time and beaming a huge smile and very proud of her daughter. Take care,


The scariest moment of my life was as they were wheeling me into to extract the first monkey. Marc and I looked at each other and one of us, I don't remember any longer which one, said, "You know, our lives are never going to be the same."
You'll see your mom more and more. You'll hear her voice come out of your own mouth. You'll see her expressions in your baby's face. It's spooky and freaky, and definately bitter-sweet at times, but it reminds you that those who have gone before aren't really 'gone' after all.


Very inspiring post! I'm glad you are feeling better. Thanks for sharing your beautiful descriptions of this important time in your life!


what a wonderful post today.
I am glad to hear you are feeling better, both in the belly and in your heart.
new life brings new hope.

peace to you...


I am so proud of you two. You have come such a long way, and your mom is with you. She's visiting, just to let you know she's with you.

And Julien is the most adorable thing ever! Give him a kiss for me. :)


I'm glad you are feeling a bit better. Thanks for sharing your feelings about your mother, too.


*wiping the tears away from my eyes* that was a beautiful post. You express yourself so well and I know that your Omma is there watching over you and your little baby, how wonderful that you can feel it and sense it so well. ((big hugs))

Lee Ann

What a lovely post. I'm glad to hear you're feeling better. And 7 kilos? Good for you!


Awww. Glad everything is going so well. I can imagine how surreal seeing the baby kick can be. I keep thinking Alien. : )

Mlle Smith

The beauty and sadness of the post makes me want to cry a bit. Your mom sounds like an amazing and courageous woman... You're still in good hands - even in her physical absence.

The Bold Soul

A lot of people are afraid of sadness and even afraid to be afraid. But why? All emotions and feelings are valid; it's a shame we judge ourselves and others so often for having the negative emotions at all. Not that we should WALLOW in the negative feelings but it's far healthier to admit what you're feeling, give yourself some space to experience it, and then release it and move on with your day. Sounds like you've reached that point of acceptance. Good for you.

Mary Anne

You will find that you will be scared, over and over again...the first steps...to the first school days(I cried when Jack went to K this year), but the joys and quiet moments of snuggling far exceed the times of being scared. Your Omma is there to catch you...and so is your family...even though we are far...we are here...


Glad you're feeling better! =o)

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