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33 weeks today and feeling big and ready for our sweet little Winnie to get here.  Things have been going pretty good.  I am staying super busy with Burke, Mamie's Poppy Plates and my new business with Rodan+Fields that I started back in April.  I like staying busy.  It is really keeping my mind off of the worry that all you mom's that have lost a baby know so well.

The fact that this little one is a girl has brought on a little anxiety.  She loves my right side and seems to move just like Mamie did.  I don't know how many times I have been talking to her or other people and called her Mamie.  That has been hard but I am sure that happens even if you have a child that is living and get pregnant with the same sex.

I saw Dr. Sellers last week and first off I have to say the Cornerstone Clinic is looking SO good.  They have finally decided to move out of the 80's. :)  I always spend a little more time up there than I think I should.  Barbara (Sellers nurse) and I have really bonded over the past 4 years and I always love sitting and catching up with her.  She has such a kind heart.  Dr. Sellers is the same way.  Taylor and I love how soft spoken and calm he is.  He keeps us calm :)  We think of them as family to us.

Everything looked great with Winnie.  I go back next week were they will do another ultrasound to measure and make sure all is well before they let me hop on a plane for the R+F convention in Dallas.  I am keeping my fingers crossed that I get to go.  He said if I am contracting at all he will want me to stay home.  I totally understand and will do what he wants me to but I sure want to be at convention.  It is going to be awesome I know!

- Sarah

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