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December 01, 2010


YAY! Congratulations A'Dell and family!

This is beautiful. I started to tear up in the beginning, then busted out laughing at the 24 hr walgreens make up artist, and was then crying again at the end. I could blame the post partum hormones but you really summed up the beauty of 2 little girls perfectly.

Congrats to all of you!

Oh lady, you just made me cry.

Congratulations, friend. <3

Guess I know how my parents felt, though we're 4 years apart.

Congratulations! And lovely post. There really is no friend like a sister.

It is going to be amazing! I am only 2.5 years into parenting sisters and it is so much fun to watch them together.

Lovely, just lovely. Congratulations on your girls!

Now I'm crying and desperately wanting another girl.

So so so happy for you. GIRLS! I can't wait to meet her.

YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! So excited and happy for you. And tjis post was lovely and made me smile wide this morning.

I'm so excited for you A'Dell. Much love to all of you!

Ahhhhhhhhh! Stop making me CRY!

Loved this beyond all reason. So beautiful and TRUE. Congratulations!

Two girls are simply delightful! Congratulations!

How exciting. I never had a sister, so I often wonder what it would be like. It sounds like SO much fun. What a wonderful blessing for your family.


Hooray! Girls are one of my two favorite kinds of babies!

congrats! there's nothing like a daughter, which you already know, and there's also nothing like a SISTER (which you might not know).

If I could combine the joy of wathing my own son and daughter playing together, with the joy of having a sister close to my own age...

Oh man, I think I'd be beside myself watching two sisters play and grow up together.

AWESOME. I'm so happy for you. :)

Congratulations! I have a week old girl right now and your list is definitely getting me excited for the years to come.

Congratulations! The word "bride" brought tears to my eyes. Can't believe my daughter will be a bride one day.

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