Hi Adriel! Congratulations on a beautiful baby boy! I 'm not having anymore but I still have baby envy. I love your blog! I look forward to hearing more baby tales!
Hope you have an incredible week!
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Hi Adriel, thanks for the welcome msg! I checked out your blog, it looks great and the little one is adorable :-) I'm following you on Google connect and I look forward to reading more of your blog posts. Enjoy your day!
Hi Adriel! I AM too young to be a mama of a kid going off to college :-). Glad to be part of this site, such warm people here. Look forward to getting to know you. If you have a moment, hop on over to inquisitivecoach.com/blog for some coaching, weight loss ideas and beauty reviews.
thanks adriel you are so sweet. the most important advice i can give you right now is.just soak up every moment you can with that little bundle of love because it really does go by very fast.iam actually starting over myself. my 22yr. old son just made me a granny...eeek! he's 7mths. i love him to pieces.i will be visiting you. so this not a good-bye but see u later.
Thanks for the warm welcome....I appreciate it-still learning my way around this site!
Loved your Statement of Purpose...what a well though out commentary on why you write. I enjoyed it! Photos of that little boy are delish!
Hi - I'm following (I thought I was already, but maybe not) and I'm pretty sure you are following me - but if not, I'd love to have you follow me at: www.familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com Tina "The Book Lady"
Hi Adriel I just checked out your blog and I have been smiling the whole time. You have such a great sense of humor. I love it. I look forward to getting to know you better. Stop by anytime and stay in touch!!
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