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omg I'm crying just reading this post. I'm so happy for you.

Tears. Of course, tell in person. That's not being a tease, that's being a loving daughter.

We can wait. It'll be hard, but we can do it.

YAY, Sarah (and baby!)

I can't even begin to tell you how happy I am for you!! We went the "wait until the baby's born" route to find out gender, and there were a handful of people who couldn't believe that we didn't find out beforehand.

The beauty of this whole experience is that it is YOURS. We're all along for the ride, and I know I speak for the whole lot of your readers when I say that we absolutely relish the fact that you're sharing this journey with us. You're a bona-fide member of the "Mommy Club," and the support that you'll receive from other members will last a lifetime.

It's such a rush to check my blog subscriptions and see the (1) next to SFHSE.... (Ha! Remember the "Pregnant Until Proven Otherwise" days?!)

Reading about what you're going through now brings back such happy memories from my pregnancy, and I am so glad that you've been fortunate enough to have this experience. You are going to be a great Mommy.

I'm totally veklempt right now... you've come such a long way from the Sara Fain I remember from those WMC days at LA Center Studios.

Thank you for sharing your life with us!

Grandparents always have dibs! The Precious..sugar and spice and everything nice or snips and snails and puppy dog tails....hmmm

a new 'tradition'...don't know if it is regional trend or not...gender reveal parties... http://bit.ly/rsW7Hy

have a camera ready...

OH my goodness, I'm so happy for you! OF COURSE grandparents get to know first!! I'm pretty sure that's a law! If it's not a law, it should be!!(that's the Gramma in my typing).

This isn't something you have to share and I would totally understand if tomorrow you announced you wanted to keep the experience more private and not share on your blog. I'm praying for you and this baby regardless!

Your whole life is going to be turned upside-down and around and around...and it'll be more wonderful than anything you could ever have imagined.

Blessings and prayers!

Haha, I love you for this posting :D You're right,family should always know first :)

All the best for your and your 'little secret', I'm so happy everything's turning out well! :)

So excited for you! I can't wait till Wednesday!

Of course your parents deserve to hear it from you in person before everyone on the Internet knows. :) We can wait for as long as we have to. I'm just glad everything is okay.

Ha ha! Well, looking forward to Wednesday's update. Happy to hear about the great test results, though. Truly, that's the best part. Sending lots of healthy & happy wishes to you and baby.

Well, thankfully I am taking my computer so that I can work at my relatives' house and I can check in to see what you are having! =) So glad all the tests were fine!

Wow! So exciting!

Great, great news! Can't wait for Wednesday!

So so happy your baby is healthy and can hardly wait until the gender is revealed on Wednesday! Such a happy, thankful, time for you and your family.

wishing you the Happiest of Thanksgivings...(if you think this one's good...)
safe travels and what a difference a year makes...i'm doing the same thing..getting ready for my family to invade (love it)...thanksgiving eve gumbo made...more to come...remember, this year: take an extra serving...you're eating for TWO....so, wednesday, i will pour a scotch and await the 'news'......

All I'm saying is, it's Tuesday evening. Have you seen your parents yet? The world wants to know...


Jen Klein, I had the exact same thought. . .

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