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  1. hey vee — it was you who commented on my blog about your borderline hypothyroid, right? after all of my reading and neurosis, I’ve actually learned a thing or 2 about thyroid and fertility and I think you should push your GP for some further tests…feel free to email me if you wanna know more. :o)

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  2. oh and ps – if i could find your email address, i would’ve posted this there instead. sorry!!!

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  3. Hey Chips, I replied to your email addy – hope that was ok and that you got it?

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  4. Popped over from It’s Taking a Village, and think you are both witty as hell. May I have your password?

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  5. came across your blog and loved it….we’re the same in Philly. We were fortunate enough to have our son in September. Hang in there and best of luck!

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  6. Beautiful!!! Best of luck!

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  7. Posted by Alex on July 31, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    Just thought I would de-lurk for a second to say hello and that I have been checking in with your blog and am so happy for you guys! I will keep popping in around here…. and hope to come out of hiding more often…

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  8. Hi Vee. Just wanted to say thanks for the comment. The last line motivated me. Before Jen got home, I did the following: said a prayer. Did a rain dance (ugly, no one wanted to see that). Lit incense for Buddha. Left money and fruit at the foot of a Shiva and then crossed my fingers. Someone has to be listening, right? 🙂 Thank you again though and I’m feeling much better today. Read you soon, Michelle 🙂

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  9. Posted by judy on March 17, 2009 at 12:47 am

    Hi, I have been following your wonderful story and amazing happy ending. Can I please have the password so I can keep, keeping up?
    Judy

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  10. How did I not find you two Brit’s before? I saw a link to your birth story on romancing the stork. I am a brit too – living in Chi-town for 13 years. Congrats on your happiness!

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  11. Hi Vee. Just wanted to say thanks for the comment. The last line motivated me. Before Jen got home, I did the following: said a prayer. Did a rain dance (ugly, no one wanted to see that). Lit incense for Buddha. Left money and fruit at the foot of a Shiva and then crossed my fingers. Someone has to be listening, right? Thank you again though and I’m feeling much better today. Read you soon, Michelle
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