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monkeybee posted:
Hi everyone! I just want to let you all know that baby Vivian was born at 2:29 am thurs sept 19. She weighed 8lbs 12ozs and was 20 3/4 inches long. She is healthy and beautiful. If I knew how to post pics, I would. I hope everyone is well. Talk to you all soon, Sarah
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ddnos responded:
Yippeeee!! Congratulations, Sarah! I'm happy for you and glad you have a beautiful, healthy baby girl!


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slik_kitty responded:
yay!!!! congrats on your little bundle of joy. enjoy her while she's small. they grow up so fast.
 
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monkeybee replied to slik_kitty's response:
Thank you both!
 
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davedsel responded:
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-Blessing,

Dave
 
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mercygive responded:
I am so happy for you! Many blessings to you and your family ,,,

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monkeybee replied to mercygive's response:
Thank you Dave and Mercy!
 
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bpcookie responded:
Monkey honey, how exciting for you!!! Im happy for you. Little girls are so much fun. My little girl is now 21 and I still think she is a lot of fun but she wont let me dress her in pink frilly dresses anymore.

Congrats to you sweet heart. muahs
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monkeybee replied to bpcookie's response:
Thank you!


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