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December 23, 2011


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Oh, I love this! I'm a new mommy to one and an old mommy to another. I'm constantly drawing comparisons and wondering why this time around is SO different. And that's just it: things ARE different and they'll probably remain that way for... who knows? But either way, it'll be ok. I'm happy to have stumbled on your blog. It's saving me from stay-at-home-mom-insanity. Looking forward to reading one!

I'm laughing. Only because my seven year old was this kid. It was confusing after her sister. I honestly thought there was something wrong with the child for the first year of her life.

My Ellie is like that. For all of her medical and WHATEVER issues, she is really the sweetest, most easygoing, happiest baby around. So yes, when she gets even a little whiny or grumpy, it really sets me on edge. But I have to step back and realize how very minor it is.

One more reason why all those parenting books kind of suck. There's no one-size-fits-all approach.

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