February 2, 2009

baby shower update

Due to strict doctor's orders to be on bed rest, I've decided to postpone the Green Bean Baby Shower.  I'm thinking that we may do a Welcome Home Shower soon after I deliver, but I will definitely let you all know once the plans for that have been made.  It will probably be at our new house too!  We look forward to having a big celebration once the babies are born big and healthy!




4 comments:

  1. I had to do the same thing girl. We're going to have an end of RSV season celebration!

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  2. Hey Lauren,

    So sorry to hear about all your complications, and your loss. I think you are right about your personal angel. We have two looking over us. We will keep you in our prayers and will be sending something after the babies are born. Take Care, Jessica

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  3. Lauren...I am so sorry about baby A, but I am glad that the other ones are doing well. You are right..Baby A knew what she was doing! She wanted the others to thrive. Always remember her as a hero!Let me know if you need anything!


    I will continue to pray!

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  4. We will all pull together and get everything in order after the shower. We are fantastic painters so you guys pick the paint for the new house and we'll do the dirty work while you focus on your little ones!

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