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you are right on all of the above...make sure you have a photo of yourself...Champ Eve and remember it's never too soon to tell her 'she did great'....on getting born, a good burp, on getting through her first day...she'll never get tired of hearing that from you. and by the way...you did great.

I'll be thinking of you and crossing fingers for a safe and *speedy* delivery.

I'll be praying for you and Champ!!

Abundant blessings are coming your way.

Can't wait to hear what you named her, besides Champ, of course! Good thoughts headed your way!

WOOOOT!!! Can't wait to see pics of you and Champ! Sending happy & positive baby vibes your way.

(PS - Charlotte wants to know if Champ got her leg warmers...)


Motherhood is both challenging and fulfilling—you will realise this once you’ve given birth to Champ. Take it one day at a time and enjoy your precious moments with your little angel. Congratulations and have a safe delivery!

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