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I remember being so excited to know we were having a baby girl. We discussed it and decided upon the name Katie Grace! I could hardly wait to meet her. My husband had dark hair and was more neutral skin tone whereas, I was light hair and very light skin so I just decided that our baby girl would have dark hair and a darker skin tone. Don't know what I was thinking but I clearly had an idea of what she would look like. The day she was born you could have blown me over with a feather. I nev...

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Has "Erma" come back into vogue?

Used to be something, like Ursula, that you just never heard. But Ursula is back with a vengeance! :p Maybe "Erma" can be reclaimed from Erma Bombeck? :)...

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