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Oh bummer, Monica beat me to it! I get sick of it too. That's when I make stuff up.
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opcorn

although I'd like to add that the same thing happened to me at about 37 weeks, and ds declined to emerge on his own for the next six weeks. sorry eks!
7.5 hours from plug to baby for me.

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holy crow!

geo, put on your stalking hat.
It's on. Is there something wrong when it's made of tin foil?

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Whoa! Eksmom-that certainly sounds like something's going on!!!
<----The mucus dance

Oh and Callie, excellent stalking.
Cough. Callie just looked up the stalking I'd done. Cough

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In the Greens cookbook, there's an awesome spicy kale and potato soup. not really friendly for dc, but oh so yummy.
Dude. If you go to Greens, DON'T order the kale. Yuck. Get the risotto.

Yeah, I'm on an anti-kale crusade.

We did have pumpkin soup a la kerc tonight.
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Geo - what's your feeling about chard?
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geo, i do believe the traditional north american labor-stalking hat is indeed foil-based.
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Go, Eks! Go Eks! Come on mucus!!!
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Go, Eks! Go Eks! Come on mucus!!!
Yes, and go baby go!!

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geo, i do believe the traditional north american labor-stalking hat is indeed foil-based.
You guys are cracking me up!!! Foil hats, lint kale.... I can't take much more.

Okay, I need an invite to the Dingo yahoo group. I def. want a shirt and don't want to miss out on things anymore.

I felt so good all day since I ran this morning. I went out with my mom and sister and 5 month old niece today. We went for lunch (where I didn't eat and fed the babe instead), and then I strolled her around the mall pretending she was mine. While I was gone, DH put our toilet in the 2nd bathroom as a surprise. Yay! I'm feeling so on top of things and ready for the New Moon to plant my seeds inside and make my treasure map with friends.

DH found an awesome cupcake recipe using m&m's so I just ate one and now I'm off to watch Jon and Kate Plus 8!
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Hey Gaye - sorry your STuBidX is being stupid. You totally did the right thing by getting your own card and using it.
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Can I have a Dingo Yahoo invite, too? I'll be in need of a motivational running shirt once the babe arrives. Or do they make them in maternity sizes? Ever noticed how maternity workout wear is . . . usually lame?
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Geo - what's your feeling about chard?
Dont try to dodge the question
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Geo - what's your feeling about chard?
Am I going to get the DDDDC of "Annoying and NOT funny"?
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Geo - what's your feeling about chard?
I'm with Monica and saskiasmom. I'll tell you if you tell us about the tattoo.



Managed 2.25 on the dreadmill plus 20 min yoga.
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The kale was freaking awesome. Just EVOO, kosher salt and pepper (didn't have any fresh garlic . It kind of tasted like popcorn. My oldest dd, the spinach HATER ate it. Mmmm. I left out the dryer lint.
Yes! Score one for Team Kale. : <--- pretend that is a big leaf of dancing kale

I loved the roasted cauliflower tonight, too.

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You guys are cracking me up!!! Foil hats, lint kale.... I can't take much more.
:

Dang, I never realized what it's like to be on this end of the stalking. I think I might have gotten y'all all worked up for nothing. : I've had a little bit more of the same gunk but I really think it qualifies more as heavy discharge than plug. DS has really been working on my cervix today; there was one time I swore I thought he was going to punch his little hand through. Otherwise nothing's going on except for enough BH ctx that I finally feel confident identifying them as such. I actually really have it in my head that there is no way I'll go into labor before 39 weeks.

Got home from bell rehearsal a little while ago; DH was putting EK to bed but she started hollering for me from her bedroom, so now I'm off to bed with her. Nighty night, y'all... you need some catchy name, like the Order of the Foil Hats or something.
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Welcome April.....

Notice the total lack of socks/tights/jackets on the younger one. She's a Duluth native ya know.


Blork! That's how I feel.
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I actually really have it in my head that there is no way I'll go into labor before 39 weeks.

Dude I read it down in your signature that you're having a baby and due in April. That's tomorrow! Anytime now, bring it on. I need a good baby photo and birth story to gush over.

Ok, really now. I should be writing about coral, not blabbing on here. see ya!
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Don't worry Geo - I'm not a real stalker, I just saw her post under 'new posts' when I was scrolling down earlier - I'm a hack You are the real deal!!!

but still, I'm ready to : Katherine!!
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geo, i do believe the traditional north american labor-stalking hat is indeed foil-based.
BWAH! I love it. Such wit around here.

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Welcome April.....

Notice the total lack of socks/tights/jackets on the younger one. She's a Duluth native ya know.
That is such an excellent picture. What personalities!

We are still : over here, too. I'm so effin' sick of it, I can't even tell you.

I had an awesome massage tonight -- finally used my gift certificate from Christmas. She worked me over HARD on the shoulders/mid-back and was finally like, "Um, yeah -- you're not ready to let go yet." I think I need to get back on the regular massage bandwagon. I just wish they were cheaper! I LOVED my massage therapist in Okinawa -- $35/hour and she was the BEST. Consummate professional, darn good at the massage itself, and just way cool human being. Sniff. Good memories.

Well, time to knit or something!
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