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December 12, 2006


Plain Jane Mom

According to Chip, I am neither allowed to dance or to sing. I too try not to take it personally!


What about Jack singing? Or is that a recipe for disaster?

That's interesting that you have seen the healing powers of progesterone in action. My acupuncturist said that it was a possible road to explore for a cure for Alzheimers. It's interesting to see the role hormones play outside the reproductive arena (and speaking of which, I hope everything is going well. I'll be checking on Friday morning).


My daughter rates my songs and tells me some are good and some are poopie. Which is nice when you're out and your daughter is screaming, "poopie! Mommy, poopie! That. Song. Is. Pooooooooooopie!!!"

Assuming you didn't have the ultrasound moved up so you're going tomorrow? Crossing my fingers for you guys and hope it's a good (and reassuring) visit.

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