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October 17, 2011


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Whether a birth is natural, medicated, or a scheduled c-section it deserves to be celebrated, along with all of the participants (including the helping hands of friends and family) and you did a fabulous job!

The other thing you do a fabulous job with: making good looking babies!

Omg, Frema, it's all I can do to collapse on the couch by 7pm and shovel ice cream onto my face - and I have ONE child and am not going to work. You are amazing. Loved reading all about Liam's birth!

What a wonderful day, indeed!

Sweet Liam. Beautiful story. <3

You are my hero! I love reading your stories of your wonderful little family. We only have one a little older than Kara. I love your birth story!

This was awesomely written. I have always felt so blessed to share regular old days and big special baby days with you. You guys are a beautiful growing family, and amazing.

This story really brought on the waterworks for me! Our story has been very close, our daughters are less than 3 weeks apart (that's when I discovered your awesomeness) and our second sons are close as well. We just found out we are expecting our third, and you got me in a weak moment :) Congratulations again, and I hope we can come through to the other (third) side as well as you have! Thanks!

What a great story - it's so funny to see your pictures because I had my sweet baby via a scheduled CSection at St. Vincent's just last week. The pictures are so familiar. Congratulations, he is beautiful!

You guys will do great. He is so beautiful!

PS. I want a Molly!

Great start for the family of FIVE. He is much bigger boy now. Such joy!

I love this story. Because I can relate to it? Because I feel like you savoured every minute? Because it's written with such confidence? Thank you for sharing!

I am sorry that we out of the country for Liam's birth, but we cherish every single moment that we get to spend with him and his big brother and sister now that we are stateside.

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