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I've been quietly reading you FOREVER, and I'm delurking to say how thrilled I am for you and baby girl. She's just beautiful and I'm so happy for you both.

upon further review....buy that girl a piano! what lovely hands she has! get it before they invent an iPiano


Hello Baby Violet! You are loved!

Welcome Violet and CONGRATS to you Sarah! She is absolutely beautiful and I am so happy for you! *hugs* to you both!

Congratulations. She is beautiful. Following your journey has been wonderful and inspirational.

This is amazing!! I hope I'm as lucky someday! if you can find a minute here or there, keep us updated on what it's like to be a single mom by choice...


Congratulations to YOU!
Violet is beautiful and look at those eyebrows!
You have yourself a stunning Violet all wrapped in pink!
Welcome Home, Violet!
Take care of YOU and that beautiful bundle of joy!

congratulations! such a beautiful baby!
lots of love

Sophie & Ryan Sanderson

So beautiful! And so happy for you. Much love & all best wishes, Melinda, Thom, Penny & Jackson

Is Violet already a month old? I can't wait for your next post but I must say I do enjoy coming here every other day or so and seeing that sweet little baby. I know you are spending much time getting to know your little girl.
I hope that being a Mommy is all you hoped it would be. Welcome to the club!!

Hugs and blessings!

well, you've been a mommy for a month...it's kinda awesome isn't it? one of the first tricks mine learned.....stick the tip of your tongue out and back in...she will do it too! maybe not the first few times, but trust me, she will...i love babies...take care of yourself and enjoy every moment...sweet Violet


De-lurking to wish you belated (but sincere) congratulations! Welcome to the world, little Champ!

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