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Hey Everyone

Hey guys,
It has been a busy past 2 weeks. Burke has arrived and I have many post coming to show the little guy off to you all. Also yesterday was Mamie's 2nd birthday. It was a bitter sweet day but Taylor and I were very happy to have Burke here to snuggle up to. I will be posting pictures from her special day soon as well. Today is my 31st birthday and Taylor and I are laying low here at the house. It has been a nice and relaxing day so far :) Check back soon for all the new post.
- Sarah

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  1. Congratulations!!
    I am so happy to hear that Burke has arrived. I can't wait to see photos!!

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  2. Congratulations on your new baby boy! I have followed your blog for a long time and have been praying for you this pregnancy. I, like you, have children in heaven and i know what a blessing a new baby is. It doesn't replace...But it does help heal your heart a little, everytime you look at your sweet baby's face.
    God Bless,
    Kim

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