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    Monday Minutes & LO Updates - August 7, 2012
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Take a minute, check-in and let us know how you and your LO are doing!

    I can't believe summer is wrapping up for us, school starts for my 2nd (YIKES) grader next week. Oh, how the years and summer fly by. Although,the days seem long and difficult, the years go by in the a blink of an eye. Savor each moment with your little ones!

    LO's Age and Stats -

    Fun Firsts - What's new and exciting?

    Monday Moans - New struggles or just something you need to get off your chest?

    Time for ME - What are you going to do just for YOU this week? One of the most important things you can do to rejuvenate yourself to to take some ME Time!
    ~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    Carson 4mo 14lb2oz and 26" long (as of yesterday)

    Nothing super new or exciting: he is more fussy than usual but thinking teeth are going to be coming soon. eep. He loves loves to roll over and be on his belly.

    umm wednesday moans: ummm I am sleepy lol

    TIme for me: ummm a shower I suppose

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