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I'm so glad you're enjoying being pregnant. That always makes me so happy to hear. I was so miserable by the point you're at now that nothing made me happy!

Your new puppies sound sweet. We had a dog that chewed on our house, too (cedar siding) but he stopped after a few months. It did help to paint jalapeno pepper hot sauce on some of the favorite chewy areas--once he tasted the burn the house was less attractive. Do you really think you'll be able to give them away after all this time?

Laura B. Fogle

I can't wait to see the puppy pictures - no I am not ready for another dog, though far less stretched (no pun intended) than you are right now. And I am still waiting for belly pictures. : )I was all dressed up for a dinner with Mike's coworkers on Friday night when Maggie came by and patted my tummy. "You look like your going to have a baby." Thanks, kid! I did a quick adjustment of my pants and sweater and made a mental note to burn the pants the next day. No, we don't have news other than me needing to do some situps. Maybe posting my own belly pictures would be motivation.

Sara Short

I found your blog after you once visited mine, Speaking of Simplicity. Thanks for visiting and I wanted to let you know I think your blog is lovely. Hope you keep it up even after the new baby is here.
Best of Luck,

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