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  • May 27, 2007

    This is DEFINITELY an occasion that warrants my very FIRST official comment on here.  Even though I am always reading.

    I am so happy for all of you!  I am so glad you are settling in well.  I guess it is true that they say you can’t imagine your life differently after the fact, even though before it happens you are dumbfounded by the thought that you will actually survive the ordeal.

  • May 27, 2007

    Hear hear sister! So glad you are all at home, happy & healthy!

    But the big question remains - What does the O stand for!!!

    BTW - The box was delivered to the wrong address. Hopefully they will be kind enough to forward it or return it smile

  • May 27, 2007

    I am so happy for you!  Really. really. really.

  • May 27, 2007

    So thrilled you are getting to fall in love up close!  And Lily did the same thing, always telling me what Anya needed.  And you know what?  She was so often right.  Crazy, that.

    Kisses to the family of four!

  • May 27, 2007

    I am really (REALLY!) nervous about how Claire will handle the new baby.  She’s nowehere near LB’s age (she’s only 15 months, and we have 3 weeks to go ‘till baby day!).  I can only pray that things will be as blissfully happy when our time comes. 

    I am so very happy for you, and I’m sending good sleeping vibes (for baby and LB at the same time!) so mommy can get some rest!

  • May 28, 2007

    I’m also wondering what the O stands for. I’ve been going through the boy O names in my mind and all I can come up with are

    Octavius, Oliver, Orion (mmm husband), Orrin, Osama (dude, no!), Oscar, and Owen.

    Now tell me..is it at least any of those?

  • May 28, 2007

    yep, it really does change everything.  and my O is just getting to that point now where he really is turning into this most delightful human being, and wow.  it’s cool.

    congrats on your little O’s homecoming.

  • May 28, 2007

    My dear, you SO deserve to be happy.  HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY!!!

    ((((HUGS))))

  • May 28, 2007

    Your little man is so lucky to have such a loving family. smile

  • May 28, 2007

    I’m so happy for you !
    And about the breast feeding thing: even with a full term big good-breathing baby it can be so frustrating…if it’s too hard, just feed your baby formula and a lot of love !

  • May 28, 2007

    Awesome… big ass grin over here!

  • May 28, 2007

    So glad the baby’s home and you’re a family.  It will get easier, I promise.  Sort of.  I’m ten weeks down the road and the poops are down to one every day and a half and he’s sleeping through the damn night, so just hang in there!  And CONGRATULATIONS!

  • May 28, 2007

    Much happiness to you guys.

  • May 28, 2007

    Ohhh! Isn’t the second one just the coolest (although the first ain’t half bad)? I remember with Gavin it seemed like they sent me home with this stranger I had to take care of. But with Keats I was in Mom mode so it was just natural that he was my baby and that I loved him.

    Also girly, if your headache hangs on, get it checked out. I had a spinal headache with Keaton and even after a blood patch I was miserable for a month. Hopefully yours isn’t that way though.
    Love ya!

  • May 28, 2007

    I am so, so happy for you!  Enjoy every exhausted, overwhelming, sweet baby smelling moment!

  • May 29, 2007

    Oh, Mrs Flinger, this made me cry!

    I am so happy for you and your beautiful family.

    Baby O just wanted to start living with y’all, that’s my theory. He just couldn’t wait to be a full-fledged part of your family another moment! And look! how! awesome!

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