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Friday, January 12, 2007

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lizardek

We didn't find out for Martin and we did for Karin and it was equally miraculous both times. :)

Toni

Hi. I'm a lurker. I have three kids (23, 22 and 9) we only knew what we were having with the 9 year old. Isn't it fun finally wearing maternity clothes so you can announce to the world that your having a little one. Now, I will go back to my shadows.

christina

I'm definitely not a lurker. I'm the most unabashedly adoring sunday school rebel around. xo!
C

Sam

Don't worry, my darlings, we are definitely going to find out what the baby is. I am far too impatient to wait until July!

Marilyn

Hope you had a fun night with the GBK!

rookiemama

It's a girl! GBK says so too.

Louise

I'm a lurker! A lurker~!

It makes me think I should be skulking about. Anyway. I really really do enjoy your blog and when I found out you were expecting I squealed a little. Then my husband ran into the room and I had to explain that one of the people inside the computer was going to have a baby.

carrie

I can NOT NOT NOT wait to find out whether I will have a neice or nephew. I love you and the little mamfie-beaux-boo so much!

Elizabeth

I so do not lurk-- am merely a lazy commenter, ahem.

Just to balance out the majority vote-- I'm going to say it's a boy.

tinker

I'm guessing Sam, Jr will be as cute and girly as GBK (though if I'm wrong, don't ever tell him I said so!) Hope you two had a fun night with lots of giggling, and no poking of elbows.

violetismycolor

I love my weekends, too, but they seem to be busy these days. What with Bonnie still being here and needing all manner of things to take with her to France.

Serena

A girl gets busy during the holidays, so stops reading blogs and what do I come back to?! News of a baby?! Now I must read back posts.

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