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October 06, 2011


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Awww... the boys are beautiful. And I suspect that Ace was just saving that cracker for later. My little one hides cheerios in her shirt and always seems to find them a couple of hours later to snack on.

Sorry to hear about the RA, but glad to know that the pain is mostly under control. Good luck with all your ambitious plans! I want to read your paper, so be sure to post when & where it gets published once you've had the chance to write.

Be well!


Happy Birthday!!


The boys are adorable!

Sorry to hear about the RA. It's a weird old disease. My dad had it, and I have the marker in my system - which my doctor thought was the cause of my miscarriages. My OB and high-risk OB that I saw when I was pregnant both implied that I might someday develop lupus (or RA or something else, I suppose), but so far, so good. I think it's very depressing that 20 years after my dad died, the treatment for RA has not really changed at all. Sigh.

Hope you remain pain free, and with the symptoms under control.


First, let me say that A and J are stunningly beautiful. You must be so delighted with them. I could stare at those photos for hours.

On a less happy note, I'm really sorry to hear about the RA. It's a wicked disease, and I'm sorry that you have that to deal with on top of everything else. I hope that at some point, your body decides to lighten up on you. Until then, I hope that the meds keep working well.

I'm happy to hear that you'll be posting again. I've missed you! But then again, I haven't posted since May, so I have no cause to complain ;-)


Ugh. So sorry to hear you're dealing with this. Not exactly fun when you have twins to chase.

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