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This is not my first time.

But the internet has changed so much in 4 years that I really began to worry about how to share this information.  Facebook, the logical 2012 answer to "how to tell anyone anything" just didn't seem like the right venue for news so personal and monumental.  (but of course I have to link this post on FB for fear that my family will revolt otherwise..)
No, instead I wanted to share this my way, in the comfort of my own blog.

Here he is, baby #2. 

Due January 2013.  Insomnia explained.

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  1. He is ADORABLE and I can't wait to meet him. I'm getting a Charlie Brown after kicking the football vibe off him from his position and his little baby belly :)

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  2. Congratulations! "In the comfort of my own blog," great line!

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  3. congratulations. I hope you're feeling well soon.

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  4. WooHoo!! Congratulations!! You know the insomnia will never end...

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  5. aw sha, so sweet.... babies make the world go round....
    best wishes being sent your way
    hugs from south Louisiana
    beebee

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  6. Congratulations Jessica!!!! Wonderful news!!!!

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  7. Congratulations Jessica!! I hope you are otherwise well and that the insomnia slacks off soon.

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  8. congratulations! hope you are feeling well. great future playmate for George.I see more baby quilts in your future .

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  9. Congratulations Jessica! Omedeto! Hope to see him and George in a couple of years...!

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  10. Congratulations! This is such a wonderful place to share your wonderful news! How does George feel about the news? He will make a great big bother. I love the first picture, perfect. I hope you are feeling great and getting some rest. :)

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  11. Such great news! Congrats Jess! Hope you are feeling well and rested. Ox

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  12. Congratulations!!!!Such great news!!! Sue

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  13. hey looky there- a baby peanut.... congrats!!

    *fingers crossed* for a 23rd birth day *wink*

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  14. Congratulations! So happy to hear the wonderful news! I'll make sure to let everyone at SCQG know!

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  15. That's super news! Congratulations!!! How exciting! And no wonder you were insomniac - I'm afraid it will get worse before it gets better! What does George think about it? (P.S. Just finished binding my EPP star quilt that Shannon quilted for me - it is unbelievable - I am ecstatic!!!)

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  16. Congratulations!! So excited! Funny we're due the same month too... must be something in the blogging waters ;)
    xx

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  17. Congratulations!! good continuation :-))

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  18. CONGRATS!!!!! WAHOO!!!!!! WOW! Si George excited? feet up, keep sewing... ;-)

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  19. Congratulations, that's wonderful news!

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  20. Yippee!!! I am so happy for you and C and G!!!

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  21. Oh my dear, such wonderful news!!! What a great New Year's celebration for you all.

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  22. Congratulations, dear Jessica! x Teje

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  23. Just read,,,, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Another long lost nephew... I will someday meet. Hopefully in Greece....Keep us posted.

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