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February 22, 2008

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Kerry

The third trimester is a real butt kicker. Try to get as much sleep as you can now. :-)

I had really weird dreams when I was pregnant for all 3 of the kids but the one that stands out the most is one that I had about Dan's delivery when I was pregnant for him. He was my first so I really had no idea what to expect. When I was about 8 months I had a dream that I went into labor and had to have a c-section. (That part came true.) When my doctor delivered I had twins. But they were ravioli noodles. And one was very sick. So my doctor ate it. Still creeps me out to think about it almost 17 years later. LOL

Take good care of you and that baby and have a gret weekend!

AJ

Girl, I'll make you some enchiladas. Not difficult at all. Or, here is how to make them yourself:

http://ladieaj.livejournal.com/338023.html#cutid1

Aunt BJ

Kerry wins, she made me laugh out loud (a very hard thing to do!) I'm dealing with perimenopause and can't remember my own name so I'm drawing a blank about pregnancy stuff, but you don't need to hear my stories, just WRITE YOURS DOWN so you'll be able to embarass your kids when they get older!
Love to the Orange clan
:)

Lisa

I am glad you are having fun exploring your new area. It is a good thing baby orange is growing so well. Enjoy eating what you enjoy. Pretty soon you will be nursing and have to stay away from things baby doesn't like.

The M's

I remember those days, the thing I remember most is, they went way too fast. I know that right now time is dragging on, but after the little sweetie is born you will know what I mean. I am also getting anxious for you. Remember one thing, sleep when the baby sleeps!!!!

Michelle

Ah the indignities of Pregnancy expand over time just like my waistline did.

Congrats on the third trimester I am so thankful there isn't a fourth!

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