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November 2007


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teeheehee, alize.

i'm so glad you growed up...

Did you know that any time I partake of "grown-up drinks", I get hoarse?? No, really, I actually lose my voice - no matter how much alcohol is in the drink - and the more I drink, the more of my voice I lose. . . I know - I tell on myself, EVERY freakin time!!! Go figure???

That year and a half will pass by really quickly.

I have read actually that drinking a glass of wine every now and again is totally healthy during the second and third trimester. But I understand how you feel. I look forward (to one day) ALSO rubbing my belly and hissing, "Boo, Alcohol!!"
Until then, White Russians are my friend. Hah!

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