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  1. Barcode Baby!

    Have a lovely day! :-)

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  2. What a gorgeous baby! I love that name, too.

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  3. Oh, shucks. She's beautiful.

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  4. I'll say it again: So. CUTE.

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  5. Thanks, you guys. We think she's pretty all right.

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  6. Oh, she's just beautiful Angie! :)

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  7. Thanks, Kimberly. I am so glad she's here and SO glad to not be pregnant anymore. ;)

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  8. Oh she is so pretty. Congratulations, Angie.

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  9. Yay! I figured it was around the time for her to show up. She's gorgeous! Hope you both are recovering well and getting at least a little sleep.

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  10. Thanks, Ana!

    Kristi, we are recovering really well. Not so much with the sleep yet, though...How are you feeling these days?

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  11. Aw, she's adorable. Cute name, too. Take care!!

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  12. Thanks, Brie. We liked the name right from the start. A lot of people have commented on it and I guess I didn't realize it was that uncommon.

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  13. Congratulations, Angie! She's absolutely beautiful!!!

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  14. Congratulations! She's just lovely.

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  15. Thank you, Ann. She's two weeks now and I'm not sure where those two weeks went. I imagine the next few years will feel the same. :)

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  16. Angie! I love your blog! I haven't seen it yet. =) I'm interested to see what you thought of Breaking Dawn. Hope everything's going well on the home front with your little one!

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  17. Camie, I didn't know you had a blog either. It's delightful! Mind if I link to it? As for Breaking Dawn, I've been dragging my feet on my review. Mostly because I agree with yours...

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  18. Wow. This is belated - but congratulations! She's adorable.

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  19. Thanks, Janicu. And congratulations yourself! Hope you're enjoying married life.

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