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Wow! You've been busy busy. I can't believe you only have 16 weeks left. Little Girl will be here before you know it!

Take care and enjoy these last weeks.

Blessings!! Abundant blessings!!

Agreed! Stay in there, LG! Gulp.

I've been reading your blog for years and I am so excited that you came to Victoria! I bet I know which government buildings you were looking at - I used to work in one of them!! Hope you get to catch a Canucks game while you're in Van!

Oh, and congrats on 24 weeks!

I live in Victoria and am happy to hear that you thought it was gorgeous! I think so too :)

you've only got 16 weeks to go? wasn't it last week you were saying your pregnancy was going far slowr than pther people's? ha!
LG, stay put: early summer is the best time for birthday parties!

I'm glad you enjoyed your first small-plane flight and your visit to Victoria. If it was on the kind of plane in your picture - a Beaver - you were in good hands. That plane is the safest of the small planes, albeit probably also the noisiest!

Sending good thoughts that Little Girl stays put until she is fully ready to come out!

yep, she needs to cook a little longer...and you got in that little bitty plane...could you imagine THAT earlier in your pregnancy? she'll be a seasoned traveler and that's a good thing...she'll be ordering room service before you know it. my boys, at age 4, ordered up a pizza, two milks, a bowl of strawberries and a banana while I was in the tub. well, brought back memories of my momma reading Eloise to me...sweet. expensive, but sweet.
you've only just begun...

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