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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by thalassa View Post
    BABY!!!! YAY!!!



    We are all camping out at the hospital tonight to keep the Hubby/Daddyman company. He's on night 4, in what will be a minimum 5 night, more realistically 7-9 night stay (ouch$) for a ruptured appendix requiring the removal of about 18 inches of small intestine and some pretty intense cleaning out of the abdominal cavity.
    Whoa! That's a serious thing!

    Is everything going according to plan?
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    The "light" contractions continue... I'm at work for the day, but have a back up if needed. I'm so tired. We got home around 1 ish and I had to get up at 7 for my 12 hour shift. If she actually had the baby I would have taken my leave early, but that didn't happen, so here I am. UGH
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