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Sweet baby time

This morning was just what I needed. Brit dropped Abe off so she could go run some errands before we are all house bound because of the snow. We have been snuggling on the couch by the fire. He has been awake for a while just looking around. I wonder what he sees. We have watched it snow for a while and then I took him into Mamie's room to rock. He feel right asleep so we sat in there for a while just being quiet. I found myself daydreaming about rocking Mamie that same way. It was so peaceful. We are now back on the couch and I have this little snuggle bunny snoozing on my chest. It has been a good morning. Just me and Abe. I really needed this.


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  1. Hi Sarah. I've followed your blog for awhile now (well, I've been very sporadic at blog reading lately). Anyway, I saw that your sister named her little boy, Abe. I have twin 19 month olds and my little boy is named Abe too. I just have never heard of anyone else using that name. I'm sure he is just as sweet and cuddly as my little Abe. Congratulations on your baby boy...boy's love their mommy's so get ready for some major sweetness! :)

    Jennifer Clardy


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