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Hello world, I know I know it has been a while since I posted last. Things have been a little busy around here. My photography business usually slows down the first of the year but has not done so this year. I am so thankful for having a job that I absolutely love. Mamie's Poppy Plates has been also keeping me super busy. We are working on a new awesome website and I signed papers last Friday down at Mitchell Williams to get our 501(c)(3). When that comes back we will officially be a non-profit organization. I can't believe it! I have spent some time up in NWA also meeting with people and we have partnered up with Imagine Studio and have formed a group of girls up there to head up MPP there. It is an awesome group of women who have been personally touched by a loss themselves or have had a friend that has had a loss. I am truly amazed everyday who God brings into my life. He is so good and I know this project is going to go so far thanks to so many of you out there that are supporting us. Stay tuned on more from Mamie's Poppy Plates. Be sure to check out our blog www.mamiespoppyplates.com and friend us on facebook. We need your support, and so do all the families out there going through this horrible loss.
On a different note, we have been busy working on Burke's room. I am excited about how it is turning out. I will post pictures soon. It is SO cute and so what I wanted. Natural, earthly and vintage. Now all we need is our baby boy.
I am in my 23rd week now and boy is this baby moving and shaking in there. He kicked so hard the other night I saw my stomach move. I think I am in for it when he gets bigger. That little booger might break a rib ;) I am going in to see Dr. Sellers next week for my glucose test. I really hope that all comes back fine so I don't have to stay there all day drinking that yummy orange drink :) I also talked to our genetics counselor yesterday and we have moved our big appointment that was originally scheduled for the 31st to the 21st. YAHOO!!!! I am very anxious to see Burke and make sure everything is okay. I feel positive that it is. Once that is over we can move forward and get past all of that craziness.
There are so many babies on the way. Sarah, one of my best friends, had her baby girl Genna Kay a little over a week ago. She is SO adorable. I am going over on Tuesday to get my hands on her and take some family pictures of the three of them. I can't wait. I love photographing families so much. I love documenting real life! It is so special to me and I know when these families look back on their pictures they will see exactly what they were doing in that very moment. Anyway, enough talking. I just wanted to say hi and that I am still here and blogging. Don't give up on me :)
Everyone have a wonderful weekend
- Sarah

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  1. Longtime reader from NYC. I enjoy your blog. Glad all is going well. Take care :)
    Maris

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  2. Fantastic news!
    I am so glad to hear all is well!
    Please keep us posted!! :)

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  3. Miss your posts, but so glad to hear all is well in Bussey world! I cannot wait to see the pics with Genna Kay and am so ready to get my hands on all these babies too! Love and miss!

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  4. I have been following your story, and I'm praying that all went well with your appointment! Please update when you can.

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