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    ReneeErin posted:
    Just wanted to say hi since I only know those who were close to my own due date. I just had my first child- Lily on 9/9/10. We're doing well and just really tired. =) We've been waiting for her for a while and are SO glad she's finally here. I'm a stay at home mom now, which is weird since I've been teaching for 6 years before this. I can't wait to watch her grow.
    Rfirstlilone26 responded:
    Congrats on your new baby girl! I just had my first also on 8/25.
    margolcia responded:
    I remember you from 3rd trim boards, congratulations and welcome. I also had my first baby girl on 7/14. Enjoy every moment because time run so quickely. all the fatigue and lack of sleep will pass, it will get better soon.
    happymoe responded:
    Congrats! I remember you from the 3rd tri boards as well. We had our first on 7/30. I can't believe it's been over 6 weeks already. She's grown soooooo much. She's giving us up to 5 1/2 hrs in a stretch at night now. Some nights are worse than others. I agree with pp..... enjoy every moment!

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