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Carole

Look at that belly grow! I won't be at Cummington. Try and have fun anyway. ;-)

Risa

That's a belly! I have to admit, I've never used that method of temperature taking with my little ones. I expected that I needed to, but haven't had to. I learned from the nurses in the NICU to use the armpit. Hard with a wiggly newborn, but not so hard as the vaseline method.

I'll be at Cummington with my twins!

claudia

Woah. I'll have my big-ass camera with me on Saturday. That should do the trick.

Suzanne

Hey, I'll be at Cummington on Saturday from midmorning to midafternoon. Risa and I may have known the same NICU nurses - armpit for routine temperatures.

Ruth

Nice looking belly! I gave that linked thing all the time I could stand to, and ... the mind boggles.

Wanda

The kimono and baby pants are too sweet. Enjoy Cummington!

Kristen

will be there, and would love to see the sheep + belly combination.

(from past experiences I now know that baby pants for cloth diaper'd babies best fit when, er, generous in the diaper area. I'm not sure if I still have my pattern kicking around here, but I'll see if I can find it.)

Bookish Wendy

ohh, i want kristen's pattern.

skip the buttons - not neccessary with elastic stretchy pants such as those.

the hairdryer? the only way rob can get ready for work in the morning is with that thing going for S.

elisa

Oh hey, did I tell you I was going to Cummington this weekend? ;)

Sara

How cute! I love the outfit!

Have a fantastic time this weekend!

Beth S.

I'm going! Hooray! :-) I hope I get to talk to you for longer than fifteen seconds this time.

How does the hairdryer trick work? I assume you don't point it directly at the baby... ;-)

Chris

Um, yeah - I couldn't get away with wearing that Lion Brand "outfit" at 25, much less my current age!! Wow. Um, how many weeks long IS a pregnancy, anyway?! The baby pants are very cute!!

Laurie

Very cute outfit! Now I know what you were talking about with the kimono being finished.

Did Claudia get the pix?

Cassie

There's a thing called a "snap setter" (it's trademarked, purple, plastic) and the only thing worth using to put on snaps. If you don't have one, ask me and I'll give you more info. (I did a lot of snapsetting for the sock kits!)

julia fc

sewing! wow. looking forward to belly at the fair shots! remember I have board books for you.

Heather

hope you had fun at MAS&W! Very cute baby kimono & pants

Amy Boogie

It was great to see you again. I love making baby pants. They really are incredibly easy. It's a bummer when they grow up and you can't make tiny pants anymore :)

Kim W.

I'll vouch for the hair dryer as a baby soother. I used to put it on the cool setting and plop it down on the counter. Worked like a charm. By the way, you look fabulous!

Lucia

Somewhere I have a series of similar pix... at the end I was sort of egg-shaped, not only the belly but various other parts having grown to immense proportions. I got back to semi-normal pretty fast, though, what with all the nursing and walking about to calm the fussy one. (I would find out about the hair-dryer trick just as I'm about to celebrate my younger child's completion of fifth grade.)

Anyhow, the knitting looks great, and best wishes for the home stretch!

kate

I'll be thinking of you I'll be thinking of you while you ride the waves of labor... that sounds weird, but that's what it felt like to me.

Ruth

I'm thinking the baby was/is due right about now .... just wanted you to know that I'm thinking of you, and wishing you all the best.

Wanda

Good luck with the labor!! Looking forward to meeting your bundle of joy!!

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