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Those look great!!! You have been super busy! Get it all done now, cuz once the baby comes, the other stuff you have not scrapped gets put on the back burner...at least for me. I love your BFP and first ultrasound pages, the 4th of July ones are great too. They all look good, keep them coming. Hope your morning sickness goes away soon, it's no fun. Mine was all day sickness for the first 15 weeks. [/b]
Thank you!! I know that's what I keep telling my self. I really hope to have it all done soon. I can't wait to get started on her book
My Morning sickness/All day sickness left at 16 weeks. I still have bad days every now and then but it's nothing like the first 12 weeks. Thoses were hell.
IUI #1 = BFP but ended in the loss of our boy Carter
12 failedIUIs followed
After TTC baby #2 for almost 5 years
We are happily ADOPTING our rainbow baby.
Read my story here it is part of a campaign I was asked to Join...
I'm trying to get back into my scrapping groove, and I was looking through people's pages for inspiration (noticed your sn from the decorating the nursery board)
I love your pages, they are so busy. My always feel like there is something missing... like not enough is going on. Yours are very exciting...
The one you said that you worked very hard on shows. It's beautiful... Also I really like the fourth page of Halloween 2008 and the LOVE on listed under your old pages. I think it's the 6th page shown... So cute!
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