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March 26, 2008

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Hayley

It's amazing how much you went through with a smile on your face, really. I know that my sister, who had to have a caesarean because my niece was breech, was gutted not to have a natural birth (she wanted a home birth), and I imagine it was that much worse for you, because so much about your pregnancy wasn't 'normal'. But it was definitely worth it, because your babies are super cute, and I LOVE the shirts that they are wearing in your previous post. I want some for my niece and her sibling-to-be!

Jessica

I can't believe I just cried over that. I seriously can't believe how tied to this experience I was, and still am...I love you for sharing that story.

Pam

this is exciting! it's like we're going through it all over again! and boy does it bring back memories of the discomfort. i can't compete with yours, as i never had a single contraction (weird) but ugh, the monitoring. bleeegh!

ms. c

Karen, I've said it a million times, but I will say it again: You are AMAZING. You had me on my toes through the entire post. Thank you so much for pulling it together and sharing the story. I can't wait to read the rest (maybe in 6 months or so!)Be well!!

Rachel Inbar

I know what you mean about the names :-) I believe you'll get a chance (or more) at a "normal" singleton pregnancy someday and you will REALLY appreciate it.

Jody

This IS exciting! And you're doing so well to get it all down. Brava!

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