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TWW: Day 1

I'd be lying if I said I didn't stop today and think about the possibility of Meg being pregnant. Meg and I joked about it in the car. I responded to supportive texts and messages. We even talked about it with our friends.

BUT, overall, it was a normal day.

We spent the day in New Jersey with our best friends. We laughed...a lot! I learned how to track pizza on the Dominos' website (did you know there is a romance theme?!) We watched a movie (Side Effects) while the kids slept (I fell asleep as usual). We ate delicious brownies and indulged in Vanilla Coke.

The best part, though, was watching Jack and Avery play.

Here are some pictures from our day.


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