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Avery is barely 2 days old and is already a heartbreaker! Don't believe me...check out her newborn pictures...

Oh...I almost forgot...did you check out the new logo at the top of Wiegand Writes?!?! (Avery's Aunt Trish designed it..she also did the first one!)

It's still so hard to believe the trying to conceive journey has ended...BUT we're so excited for all of the adventures to come!


  1. Congratutions! She's beautiful!!! Those pictures are gorgeous!
    As your "trying to conceive journey" ends, ours is just about to begin, first IUI next month...yay!
    I hope you won't get too busy to update your blog to share the rest of your journey! :)

  2. She's BEAUTIFUL!! Congrats again!!!!


  3. Awww she is so gorgeous! You must be so proud :) I like the new header too!

  4. Wow! She's beautiful... Congratulations!

  5. Congrats!! She's gorgeous. =)
    And love the new logo.

  6. She's gorgeous! And agreed--it's going to be a whole new ballgame around here! :)

  7. She really is a beautiful baby!! Congrats!

  8. She is beautiful. I am hoping you guys give me luck. Did my last (9th) IUI on Friday her birthday. Maybe this will be it for us also. If not IVF here we come. I only hope our little one to be is as beautiful as yours. Best wishes to baby and Moms.

    1. Thank you so much! I sincerely hope the 9th try is your lucky one! Meg and I (and baby Avery) are crossing our fingers for you!

  9. Congratulations!!! She is so precious! And wow she looks like her mommy big time! I need to follow you guys on FB. You have a facebook, right?

    1. Thank you so much! Ya, she looks just like me ;-) (lol kidding) I do have a facebook, (and I posted 100+ pictures on it) but it's private. I have to request you. Message me your email at :-)


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