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I’m thinking of you.

You’ll be moving far away to make new friends soon.

Your three-month-old baby boy passed away a few short weeks ago.

You’re not sure how you can live without alcohol.

Your little brother passed away this weekend.

You’ve just embarked on a new life on your own.

You’re currently battling breast cancer.

You’re unsure about your future.

You’re battling the effects of having a brain tumor removed.

You just met your brand new baby boy last weekend.

You’ve been unemployed a long time and you’re unsure how you’ll keep going.

You’re leaving your husband to make a better life for yourself and your children.

You’re quitting a 17-year cigarette habit.

You don’t believe you’re strong enough to survive without a man.

 

You. . . all of you. . . I love you and I’m thinking of you. And I’m not the only one. Hang in there. You can do this.

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The Sickness has Invaded.

I’m not quite sure where we picked up “teh plague”. But we did.

Darling Tori has a coupy-cough and runny nose. I decided last weekend that I wanted to join her (for some unknown reason). Last night we sounded like a chorus of barking sea lions between 2 and 4 a.m.

I am tired. . . but we will survive.

Although I have to wonder how Dad is holding up since Tori was a mama’s girl all weekend. . . poor guy.

Tori Story

Just a funny little story to share in honor of World Breastfeeding Week. . .

Last night when I came home from work, Tori joined me while I changed clothes – as per usual. When I took off my bra, she pointed to my breasts and exclaimed, very excitedly, “Bow-bows!”

I chuckled at her.

Then she stuck both hands out in the classic “I’m gonna grab ’em!” pose, scrunched up her nose, and started giggling.

Silly girl. It may have been forever since she nursed at this point. . . but she’s never forgotten the “bow-bows”.

I’m not going to lie.

I’m not going to lie.

The Breastfeeding 101 Series is exhausting now that I’ve gotten down to the “nitty gritty”.

I suppose this is why I’m not a journalist. I applaud bloggers that research their hearts out and publish informative pieces day after day.

I shall continue. . . but I had to take a break.

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