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Thursday, May 26, 2011


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Oh, good! I've been looking forward to hearing the whole story with all the interesting details.

Hooray! Already looking forward to the next installment. :)

Looking forward to reading the whole "birth" series--yours are always page-turners! And since I didn't get to comment on the last post, just wanted to offer my support. You've had some rough postpartum periods with kids in the hospital the last two times--it is scary and tough under normal circumstances (my daughter was hospitalized for two days at 5 weeks old and it was hard enough without the raging hormones or any real fear of the outcome)--and you are doing beautifully. It's healthy to cry and to grieve what you've lost. If you don't do it now, it will only rear its head later.

Your sweet boys are in such good hands. Can't wait to hear more about them.

Yay! I've been looking forward to hearing the whole story.

I found this article useful in a paper I am writing at university. Hopefully, I get an A+ now!

Yeah! I am super excited that you've started this series. I figured that you'd have to wait a bit, with all that's going on, but I'm so glad to have this first installment. I look forward to reading all the other ones, too!

Also - any of you who see this comment and would like to contribute a little love to Arwen, Bryan, and their children, please head over to:

Sorry to hijack, Arwen, but I did want your blog readers to hear about it! xoxo

Arwen, you are such a good storyteller. Your beautiful telling of Blaise's birth story inspired me to write my own after Ben's birth. I followed the drama via twitter; but I look forward to reading all your posts here filling in the details. I am sure it will also be wonderfully cathartic for you to write them. Praying for you and for those beautiful boys to come home soon.

I love birth stories. The more detailed the better. I don't even care that I already know most of it through Twitter. I'm excited to hear it again!

I can't wait for the whole story.

Thinking of your family... And praying for Linus and Ambrose to BOTH be home with you soon.

Woo hoo! Can't wait for the next part!

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