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Number Two on the Brain

I've got #2 on the brain. Not that number two. I'm talking baby number two. It's not a coincidence because lately it seems everyone is wondering if I'll have a second baby. I find this questioning only slightly less invasive than having  my belly felt up when I was pregnant. D2 turns two in November and whenever anyone asks me how old he is, it's always…

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Added by Portia Mount on September 26, 2011 at 10:28pm — No Comments

How Would/Did You Share Your Baby News?

So I'm not pregnant yet but that hasn't stopped me from thinking about how and at what week/month we will tell the people we care about when we finally get the good news we're waiting for. I have to admit, I have not shared this blog with my family and except for two of them, friends either.



I know that family and friends are often the biggest supporters and followers for most peoples blogs but I'm just not ready to share this yet for two reasons. 1) I guess it's because I'm not sure… Continue

Added by Eliza Lemus on June 15, 2011 at 4:32pm — No Comments

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