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cdjd82406 posted:
Katelynn James was born on 6/28/11 at 12:19pm via c/s. She weighed 7lbs even and was 19 1/2 inches long. She is breastfeeding like a champ. I am really sore from my c/s so I am really taking it easy. I am glad that I still have all the clothes from my daughter Emily cause Katelynn is so small, I have to use them for her for at least a couple of weeks.
Me(9/11/81), DH(11/18/83), DD1(1/19/01), DS(8/22/04), DD2(9/1/06), DD3(12/24/08), DD4(7/18/10), DD5 will be here on 6/28/11
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sweets1988 responded:
congrats on our healthy baby girl ^_^ hope everything keeps going very well!
 
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hmrm1020 responded:
Congratulations!
 
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kell0613 responded:
Congrats!
This news was a great way to start my Friday! :)
Me(26), DH(32), Baby 1- It's a Girl! EDD 9/12/11
 
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marchbabee responded:
Congratulations! I love her name! Hope she continues to breastfeed and your recovery is speedy!
 
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ashandchad responded:
Congrats! :) Wishing you a speedy recovery!
Me (26), DH (27), First Baby-Hadley Faith!!! C-Section August 4th
 
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steckie98 responded:
Congratulations!


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