Hugs girl. Seems like all of our girls have kept us busy. I know Taryn just had to take her LO to the cardiologist. We are still dealing with issues w/Madi G's milk protein allergy. I am going to tell Taryn, Angie, Theresa, Emily and Rhonda that we need to start post and updating again. I think most of us have returned to work. I know that these first couple of months are crazy busy.
I did read her blog. It sounds similar. I should email her and see how things worked out.
I'm so excited to get a board going again. I hope everyone else comes over!! I posted on the wrong 3-6 month board yesterday . . . Not sure how I had the wrong one but it explains why the posts were months old. :)
I hope they can take of Madi's allergy. What formula is she on?
Work is going alright. My kids this year are a little harder, so it makes longer days. But at least I get to go home to my girls! I'm sorry DD1 is having a hard time! That would make it really hard. Rylie has her moments, but she has done amazingly well. Much better than we expected!
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