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Busy Week

I have had a very busy week this week with work. I am glad I am
staying busy so I don't have time to think too much about how long it
is going to be till Poppy Seed gets here. Taylor and I talk about it
every day! We still just can't believe it. Yesterday Britney and
Maddie drove to Cabot with me for a shoot. On the way back we were
talking about the baby. Maddie thinks that the baby will be a girl
and have a little bit of brown hair when it is born and she thinks for
sure it will have curly hair. I hope so! :) I think a curly headed
baby would be SO cute! I got an email from Alyson this morning and
she sent me a song that she said made her think of me. Her email says:

Sarah, I listened to this song today and thought about you...I think
it's a girl!

I hope you're doing well!


She and Maddie aren't the only one that thinks it will be a girl.
Jason is a strong believer that it will be a girl. He thinks since
Brit is more of a girlie girl and she had a boy and I am not so much a
girlie girl so I will have a girl. I was counting up last night.
Someone told me that we won't get to find out until 20 weeks. So that
make 14 weeks to go till we find out what the little nugget is :)
Can't wait!


  1. Girl Girl Girl, I hope you get a girl! I am so excited for you guys, you are going to be wonderful parents, what a lucky little baby! I can't wait to see you to rub your belly!

  2. I am ready to know too so we can start shopping for them! I have a girl feeling for ya'll too! Hope you have a relaxing weekend after your busy week:)


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