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Unread 04-16-2002, 07:12 PM
Hanging head in shame. Have been too quiet too long.

EEK! 6 weeks ago I became a grammy to a 2 lb 3 ounce baby boy, 3.5 months early. Can you guess where I have spent every spare minute?

Mr. Nick Man is doing fairly well, up and down, in isolation right now, very sick this week, but still picking up weight, and all in all improving every day. He is almost 3 lbs 4 ounces now. Looking forward to bring him home in a couple of months.

Me, I am doing fairly well, my health is stable. We still do not know what is wrong with me as far as my gut, but....

More later. Dinner is ready.

Love, Maggie
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Unread 04-17-2002, 02:30 AM
Hanging head in shame. Have been too quiet too long.

Hi maggie, never apologize for not being here we do worry about you but sometimes life gets so hectic , weeks have gone by before you know it and especially with your hands full with this new granbaby.

I sure hope he continues to gain weight and comes home to his family soon. I also hope that you continue to be in good health and that your tummy settles down soon

Dont forget where we are and anytime you wish pop in and say hi. And dont forget to let us know of any checkups that are looming. love always x x
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Unread 04-17-2002, 05:48 AM
Hanging head in shame. Have been too quiet too long.

Hi Maggie

I was wondering where you were! Glad your Nick man is improving. It is so hard to keep up with anything else when loved ones are ill. We have our priorities decided for us in in times like these.

You might want to post about Nick man and his mommy on the Prayer board so you can have all these wonderful Hystersisters praying for them. They just pulled me through a biggie and they will storm heaven for your family, too.

Glad you popped in to let us all know where you have been. Next time you have a few moments we will be here for you. And as Robyn says, we will be waiting to hear how your check ups go.

Wishing you health.

{{{{{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}}}}

kaatie
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Unread 04-17-2002, 08:33 AM
Hanging head in shame. Have been too quiet too long.

Hi Maggie!

It's good to see your name in this forum again. Glad to hear you are doing okay. Keep spending time with Nick!!!! One of life's blessed diversions!
Hope his progress continues. Let us know.

s karenann
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Unread 04-17-2002, 10:33 AM
Hanging head in shame. Have been too quiet too long.

Hi Maggie,
How exciting for your family, and so wonderful that he is doing well. Its amazing how tiny they can be and come through just fine. I know twins who were about his weight at birth as well, and they must be 22 years old now!! At the time of their birth it was very rare for babies that tiny to come through but they did.

So nice to hear from you. Keep us posted on little Nick, and Grammy too.
Hugs
Maria
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