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Day 6

I know you're anxious to hear about Day 6, but I think it's pertinent to tell you that I talked to the lawyer today. I scheduled a phone conference for next Wednesday...time to get this adoption thing started!

Oh, and just in case you were wondering, Meg never heard anything back from the doc regarding her glucose test. I guess that means everything came back fine. We'll know more when we go to our OB appointment this Thursday.

Ok, now for the fun stuff...

Day 6: Six packs of bubblegum with a message stating, "Meg, you're amazing! Day after day you somehow manage to "blow" me away!"


  1. These are all so cute! And good for you on the adoption stuff! we need to get going on that...


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