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Re: Snow day- Judy

Don't know Daryl but I was 7lbs, 6 3/4 oz in 1957 and my kid brother was 9
lbs 10 oz in 1960.  No wonder mother quit after that!  LOL

On 2/16/07, Daryl <pulis@mindspring.com> wrote:
> Judy,
> I'm glad things are going well for the babe, even though it's hard on you.
> It's amazing what doctors can do these days, even with difficult
> pregnancies, and I pray that things will continue to go well.
> A big boy for sure! I think he may be bigger than my grand-nephew. My
> nephew
> and his wife are expecting next month too, though earlier than your
> grandbaby.  At 7 months the babe was already at 5 pounds. They're high
> risk
> and traveling 4 hours to the specialist every week now.
> Am I mis-remembering? Weren't  babies normally between 5 and 6 pounds 25
> years ago?
> d
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Judy Browning" <judylee@lewiston.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Friday, February 16, 2007 7:49 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Snow day- Judy
> > Just monitoring so far. If he needs medication it will mean a hospital
> > stay for my daughter. Things that would help his heart would be hard on
> > hers. So, I'm happy he's doing OK so far. He's due end of March & is
> > estimated 7 lb 6 oz already. Gonna be a big boy from day one.
> > Thanks again for your concern & prayers. I say again, this is a great
> > group of friends.
> > Green grass on the hills here, no coat on my way home from work today.
> > Bright sunshiney day. Looking forward to some garden time tomorrow.
> > Narcissus are up about 6 inches. Hyacinths just poking their noses out
> of
> > the ground. If it stays warm, the early viiolets may put in an
> appearance
> > soon.
> > ----- Original Message -----
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Pam Evans
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