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Daughters birthday

Postby carrilynn on July 31st, 2006, 11:56 am

It's my daughter's 4th birthday today!!

Boy does time fly. I vivid recall holding her tiny body in my hands.

She is my 3rd and my last so she is our baby.

She had a great party on Sat with lots of friends and family.

I actually enjoyed myself and every tiny little detail. I am proud of myself because a couple months ago I probably wouldn't have even put any effort into it thinking only of my slow demise.

I feel I am accomplishing so much more even on a daily basis. I slip and flounder a bit still but I am a work in progress.

I could never ever have gotten where I am without the help and support of all of you so a big THANK YOU

Carri
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Postby TriJeff on August 2nd, 2006, 2:33 pm

Awsome.

My little girls 2 year party is just around the bend (Sept 25)

I had a blast last year because I didn't have any of these dam*n symptoms. I'm going to have a blast this year too.

We had it outside at the park last year with a BBQ and lots of beer - I don't normaly drink but it was so much fun.

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Postby carrilynn on August 2nd, 2006, 7:05 pm

My B-day is in Sept too, so Happy Birthday in advance to your daughter. We had a jumpy, lots of playdough, and a shaving cream fight. (Don't ask) It was a mess but we had fun. We had beer too and homemade Sangria but I didn't get to enjoy it I was the childrens host. They all had fun though.
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