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What a thrill to watch you go through this -- from hoping so much to now this ... it's kind of amazing.

LOL Just thought of this. If you aren't careful, Baby Girl could end up being an actual Canuck! Making the pilot is really going to make time seem like it's going faster for you. Enjoy!!


OMG! Where did the time go?? I have been following this whole journey, Sarah, since before it even began (!) and am so happy for you and can't wait for her to join the world!

Good luck for the last trimester!

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I don't know what I am more excited for the Pilot or the Baby Girl (I think it's Baby Girl). Enjoy every minute of both!! xxx

Good luck with both and although I don't wish Little Girl to make an earlier appearance than she should, we would be proud to have her born in our beautiful city. ;)

Good Luck with your pregnancy. It is so nice to see someone who didn't have such a bumpy road to pregnancy like I did. Every Mom has a Journey towards becoming a Mom at Last. If that journey took you through Surrogacy, Adoption, or In-Vitro Fertilization, Mom at Last is the place to find information, success stories, & inspirational quotes. Visit our Mom Community today at http://www.MomatLast.com
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Congrats Sarah! So glad that you are feeling well and that things are going so well for you!!

look at you! home stretch.......you've come a long way, baby. 'don't ever give up on something you can't go a day without thinking about'...

The third trimester of pregnancy is really challenging physically and emotionally. At this stage, you have to be very positive as you look forward to the end of your pregnancy. Well, I think you have gone through that stage pretty good. How is your baby now?

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