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Five Whole Years…

Five years ago today,

I took a new name, a new life, and became part of something bigger than myself.

Half a decade of ups and downs,

big changes and small ones,

new homes, new jobs, new facial hair (ha),

and I’m still excited to start every single day with my best friend and co-conspirator.

Dearest husband,

I love you, and cannot wait to see what adventures await us in the next five years.

All my love,

Tracy

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Parenting Styles and Infertility

. So I was reading this post about the kind of parent this blogger thought she might be when she was a kid, based on TV parents she had watched growing up.  That got me to thinking… . Q.  What kind of parent do I want to be?  That is, if I ever even get

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Four Years…

Where I’m impulsive, he’s practical.

Where I’m weak, he’s strong.

He keeps me reined in, and I help him go completely overboard.

I kill the spiders and he shovels the dog poo.

Happy anniversary to the one who completes me in every way.

It’s been four years of extreme highs and lows, but we just get better every day.

I love you, husband.

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