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03 November 2007 @ 12:08 am
OMG, I guess I'm late. But better late than never, right? =)

Congratulations to you! You're little Evie is so adorable. I definitely don't have any advice to offer on babies, since I don't have one and don't plan to change that, but the last few months have been pretty exciting to follow your journey to motherhood. Please never forget to keep us updated how she's doing!

I wish both of you all the best!
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31 October 2007 @ 09:26 pm
Write!  I am not a parent, so I can't give any of that parental advice that other people can, but I'm here for the inevtiable midnight craziness when Evie's been crying for 48 hours straight! :D?   But with your sense of humour, I'm sure you're going to get through it just fine.

I know you're going to be a great Mom, and Evie is such an adorable kid.  *squishes*

30 October 2007 @ 11:09 pm
I don't know anything about kids, except what I learned from watching my parents raise my brother. So I went back through the entries that I've tagged as having to do with the kid, looking for some bits of advice to give you about children. What I learned is this:

There will be puke. Look forward to this. Embrace it.

And that was it, really. Puke. I mean, there was the occasional awkward conversation about vaginas or transsexuals, but puke pretty much summed it up.

. . . Hmm. My dad just gave me an important bit of advice to tell you. "Before you call the doctor about the red stuff in the diaper, try to remember if you fed her beets or not." I am suddenly curious as to what exactly happened when I was a small tot. O_o

And the very last thing - you shouldn't have given me permission to macro your child, because it all ends in ill-advised boobie jokes.

30 October 2007 @ 06:12 pm
Many congratulations on your lovely baby girl. The first few weeks will be difficult (oh who am I kidding it's all difficult!) but enjoy her little infant-ness because it won't last long!

It's amazing how time flies when you're a parent. One day they're so helpless in your arms and the next day they're walking and running and talking back to you! :)

I'm glad we got to talk more in your journal and I think you're going to be a wonderful parent. Sometimes it's a thankless job but there's a joy in it you find nowhere else.

Congratulations, congratulations, congratulations! *hugs you both*
30 October 2007 @ 05:43 pm
Hi Write!

Congratulations again on your little bundle of joy! I have no good advice to give you, as the closest thing I have to children are cats, but even though I know things must be hectic, I hope you're taking care of yourself as much as Evie.

I know you'll be a wonderful mom and Evie is a lucky girl to have such a brave and cool role model.

<3 to both of you!

30 October 2007 @ 04:28 pm


I'm so thrilled for you and the insanely adorable baby you've brought into the world.

Congratulations and I wish you joy and happiness and many many years of amazement.

You're going to be a fantastic mom and by far the coolest mom on the block.

If you ever need anything we're here for you.

Welcome to the world Evie!



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30 October 2007 @ 12:41 pm
I am, of course, hoping that you will be reading this with a happily sleeping baby in the next room, an abundance of chocolate beside you, and that you are well rested and not in the least frazzled. Since this seems a bit unlikely, I at least hope that you're happier than you've ever been.

I wish I could offer Mommy advice, but I'm 15, and that would involve some major lifestle changes. So instead, my sincerest congratulations, best wishes, and offer for fic! Leave a prompt when you need a few minutes distraction :)

*hugs* Scribble is lucky to have such an awesome Mom! And Scribble, remember the pain your mommy went through for you next time you think about waking her up.
30 October 2007 @ 10:56 am
Hi Write,

Congratulations again on becoming a mom! Just want you to know, if you want any advice on babies/kids/keeping your sanity for the next several years, feel free to e-mail me any time, OK?

Meantime, here are two really important bits of advice for you:

1. Sleep when Evelyn sleeps. Really. It's the best thing. Housework isn't that important.

2. Trust your gut instincts. You know Evelyn, and yourself, best.

You'll be a fantastic mom, I know it. ♥

(((hugs to both of you)))

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30 October 2007 @ 08:18 am
Hey Write,

I just wanted to congratulate you again on becoming a mom. Not being one myself, I don't have much in the way of advice to give. Other than advising you to keep the kid away from sweets and soft drinks so she doesn't have four cavities by the time she's eight. (It's not fun.) But, I know you'll be a great mom and your daughter is utterly adorable.

Kudos again,
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19 October 2007 @ 04:51 pm
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