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12/16/2009

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Aw, a huge congrats to Liz and her hubby. Wow, unmedicated! She does rock!
I hope she is able to get a little rest tonight after her long labor and delivery.

Are you a tiny bit excited Sarah? hehe I know you are. Get some sleep now!

Blessings to all!

Congratulations to WP!!

Yay! Congratulations to WP, her husband, and you: the obviously proud "aunt". :)

Congratulations to WP, the family, and the extended family! Welcome to the world, little guy.

Liz is much, much more than a rock star in those circumstances. WOW! Congratulations!

That's a big baby to come out of such a small lady!! Congrats to Liz (and Auntie Sarah)!!

Unmedicated, too... wow. Ask her to send some of that mojo to me. I'm gonna need it in about 6 1/2 weeks.

Commence "baby spoiling mode" immediately.

Yay! Go, Liz! And go, little guy!

Congrats, WP! And Aunt Sarah! Isn't it exciting/cool/overwhelming to think that by this time next year, Mixed Nuts and Baby Starfish may be hanging out???!

I'm so happy for everyone!! What a great way to roll into the holiday season :) Congrats WP and Auntie Sarah!!!

So thrilling and so impressive. Can't wait to hear what they chose for his name!

Oh, of course they may not want to share his name so publicly, in which case we're all just excited for WP that Mixed Nuts is officially here, and I'm sure they chose a wonderful name for such an adorable boy.

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