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Re: Re: OT/CHAT: Baby here, as pink as they get

>New seedling ANGELINA IRENE arrived 11/28/00 to pod and pollen parents 
>Janet and Bob Natale, 7 lb. 1 oz. , 19 inches long, medium blond/brown
>hair and sweet as can be!

Congratulations Bob and Janet! So you will be registering this one? Hope she 
has all the normal branching, and stays pink and pretty, and doesn't develop 
tangerine beards. If you can avoid spending any of her 17th year together (I 
suggest boarding school for 12 months) then your life together will be 
Cheers, Jan Clark,
Mother of  six 16 year olds, past and present.
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