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April 29, 2009

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Divina

Congratulations, Aimee!!!!! To you and your wonderful family, here and in the US and Korea. You are so lovely!

Mary Anne

Congrats! We are so happy for you!!!!!!!!!


Mary Anne

Allan

Congratulations, Aimee!

yaiAnn

OMG!!! Congraaaats!!

Margaret

Congratulations!!!

Jenna

Congratulations! I hope you find yourself feeling better soon!

kate

wow! congratulations. lots of love to you all.

Meg

Hurray! Aimee, I am so so so happy for you! I look forward to hearing about this new chapter in your lives. Just so you know, going from 1 to 2 imo is harder, but you get used to it faster than going from none to 1. If that makes sense. but then again thaya was only 16 months when brie came along so it may be a little different

Reese

Oh wow.... So happy for you, but sorry that things haven't been so great on the pregnancy front!! Hopefully it'll be over soon and you will be feeling the good hormones again.

Laine

AWESOME! Congrats.

Both our kids are going to be so close in age. We're due in August.

Yippie!

xoxo

gleek

congratulations aimee! this is fabulous news :) and i am already predicting girl. all day nausea was what i had to deal with with C. but it's totally worth it in the end. hopefully you'll be feeling right by the third trimester ;) hugs!

E to the M

Congratulations!!! How is Maximilien feeling about all of this?

Jenn

Félicitations!

I am sure that everyone will be offering tips and tricks... so who am I to abstain? For me, the cure was ginger. The best mechanism that I found for this was ginger beer (non-alcoholic soda) or Blenheims. Obviously Blenheims is going to be a bit difficult, but I seem to remember seeing a good assortment of ginger snacks in Paris. I think that fennel is supposed to be good too, but I seem to remember that too much licorice is to be avoided.

Bebunu

Felicitations!! I have been following you since you were pregnant with Max! I am myself 27 week along and very excited!

Yay!

Beth at Lorna's Laces

Fantastic!!

karina

yea!!! i knew it! ;-) congrats and good luck with that nausea!
big hugs to the soon to be family of 4!

mamie

congratulations aimee! and so sorry about the barfing. i had it bad at the start but then it went away and i felt so good because i was no longer barfing.

max will be a big brother! yay!

andie

Congratulations!!!!! I never really had nausea with Gab, but with the girls, it was 3-4 months of sickness. With Alice, I developed an aversion to coffee and couldn't find anything to please my taste buds and hated McDonalds as well- maybe it's a girl?!

misschris

Wonderful news! Hope you feel better soon. Not long until the second tri is all I can say!

Melanie

Congratulations! Wonderful news :)
x

lsaspacey

Congrats!

kyliemac

whee!

Evolving

I am with Gleek. You are totally having a little baby girl. My sisters last two pregnancies (both girls) were ten times harder than her first baby, my nephew. I'm going to start shopping for pink things... (erm, unless you hate pink).

New Yorkaise - Parisienne

Congratulations to you, Julien and Max! How exciting!! :)

The Bold Soul

Yay! Now we can talk about it! Here's hoping I won't be too far behind you (and hopefully not as sick, but if I get pregnant I'll take what I get).

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