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I am officially 6 weeks out from my c-section with Ms. T!  Yipee!  Ms. T is now acting much more like a little baby, rather than just a blob.  Her eyes are open and focusing, and she is trying to figure out what to do with herself after eating since she is not just falling back asleep, LOL.  Ms. T has even started 'talking'. 
This past weekend we {Mom, Me, and Ms. T} were in Irving, outside/part of Dallas, at the Countryside Women's Retreat with Martha Peace as the guest speaker.  It was a blast, and I will have a recap post with pictures later this week.  Here is a picture of Ms. T hanging in her stroller.  She was the youngest 'person' there, LOL!

Now onto the Post-It part of Tuesdays:





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  1. Sounds like a really fun weekend! Glad you are doing good.

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  2. Your daughter is so precious! :) Glad you are feeling better!

    Thank you for visiting my blog!

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  3. Adorable baby!!

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    Happy Tuesday!! :0)

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  4. such a cutey...
    congrats on making it thru your c-section...i had one 19 years ago and my babygirl is now away in her first year of college...it goes by quickly so take LOTS of videos and pics

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  5. Congrats on your baby! She's adorable!

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