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Catching up

Yeah, I'm still here.

Amy came for her annual visit over the weekend so all blogging & writing was put on hold. She brought her adorable daughter with her, who is my daughter's East Coast BFF and kinda a twin. The girls are only 5 days apart and perhaps something bonded them in the womb as their mamas bonded over pregnancy ups and downs. I'll write more about their visit, but I wanted to share my latest Awearness posts with you, cause there's a plenty!

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Izzy-B said…
I'll wait with baited breath to see what you write :) I think that April 25th will be OUR Kissaversary :)

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