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Old 12-01-2009, 05:56 AM   #1
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I 'bout dripped a tear at this part.. Friendships, outside the Goodrich household, have been formed. They all gathered to celebrate when Moses ate his first solids.

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Wow, that's awesome!
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Old 12-01-2009, 06:36 AM   #3
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Whoa! Holy quadruple post! I have no idea how that happened, I only pushed submit once...

ETA: nvm, it was a weird browser thing. Still apologise for the double post, though.

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What an amazing story. What really got me was the last line,that he's always known a mother's love!

I'm currently donating my own stored breast milk to a local mama who is ill and having trouble with production. That in itself is a pretty wonderful feeling so I can only imagine what these mamas in the story felt.
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What an amazing story. What really got me was the last line,that he's always known a mother's love!

I'm currently donating my own stored breast milk to a local mama who is ill and having trouble with production. That in itself is a pretty wonderful feeling so I can only imagine what these mamas in the story felt.
Thats so wonderful of you mama!
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ohhhh, I remember this story when it first happened. SOOOO happy to see an update.
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I BAWLED when I first read this story today.
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