Friday, August 17, 2012

Friday's Letters {4}

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Dear ligaments, I  really wish you'd cut me some slack here.  I realize you're supporting a growing kiddo in there but some relief would be nice! Dear self, get better about taking and posting pregnancy shots.  You'll be oh-so glad you have something fun to look back on.  Dear glucose test, you were horrible to me, and if I didn't pass you I will be one sad, sick lady.  Please, oh please, be kind to me with your results.  


Dear french fries, what did I ever do to deserve your glorious yumminess?  PS, why do you have to tempt me so often and be so high in the ol' calories? Dear loved ones, words can't express how grateful BL and I are for your prayers and well-wishes for our little one.  We've had some uncertainty along this road, and we're over halfway there!  Thanks for loving our little guy so much to walk alongside us to pray for him.  You're all legends!  Dear sweet, handsome husband, don't know what I would do without you.  Thanks for putting up with my cranky preggo brain and for making sure I have enough pillows every night to actually get some sleep.  You are my favorite.  Ever.  Dear blog friends, I am thankful for each one of you!  I love the blog world and hope this little place I call 'home' can continue to grow.  

Make it a great day, friends!! 
XO


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6 comments:

  1. ugh...that glucose test was awful! praying for good results!

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  2. I've never had the glucose test, but I always feel so awful for the ladies doing them when I am at the doctor! Great letters! Happy Friday!

    Christa
    Significance or Nothing.

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  3. Hoping for good results on your tests, I heard there gross :)

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  4. Im a sucker for salty hot chips too mmmmm yum!
    Be sure to take some more pregnancy shots we want to see that belly grow :)

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  5. Hi! I ordered about 5 yards, but it was too much. But, not going to lie, I LOVE ordering too much fabric so I can save it for other projects :) I think depending on the size of your crib, 2-3 yards should be plenty :)

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  6. hoping for good results! and french fries. we have a love hate relationship :)

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