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You were BORN ready! Best wishes to you!

YAY, Grammie & Grandpa!! You couldn't be more ready for Champ's arrival. The nursery is gorgeous - congrats on putting together such a beautiful room.

G-Diapers ROCK!! We used the covers & liners with cloth nappies (I was lazy and had a diaper service.) Now we just use cloth inserts at night. You'll love them. So easy to use!!

I have something for Champ coming your way. She's almost here!! So exciting!!

Beautiful. Grandparents are the best!! And I'm so jealous... my nursery has a long way to go! Ella will be home and sleeping in Mama's room long before we get the nursery done... but you just roll with the punches! As we will be doing from here on out....

Congratulations! The room looks lovely and just waiting for Champ. What a wonderful gift from her grandparents.

I cannot believe how close you are to d-day! I am so excited for you and so happy to be able to see your adventures through this blog.

you t.v. folks know from good lighting! there's no place like home.

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