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This comment is not related to your post. ;) But, I used your swaddle sheet & burp cloth patterns to make a baby gift for my sweet friend's shower. They turned out great! Thanks for posting your patterns! I posted pics of them on my blog if you'd like to see my first try.

What a remarkable post. Thanks so much for doing the foot work on the educational links. Our five children range from seventeen to nine, so I'll sift through and see who would like what. I had a neck issue today, so I ended up not incorporating anything about the inauguration into our home school. Instead, I spent the day wincing, moaning, resting, and guilting my daughters into massaging my neck. ;)

Of course, the media will continue covering today's events beyond this date, so we can, too! Our politics are different, as well, but we appreciate this huge step for blacks. My husband and I haven't experienced a fraction of what our parents endured in the Civil Rights era, but we still want our children to understand what a huge step this has been.

I've enjoyed following your blog for several months. I especially love reading about your memories of your sister, and how that relationship affects your mothering. Your daughters are precious little dolls!

The Lord bless you.

Great stuff, especially that last part! It's really important that we pray for our leaders, even if we don't agree with them. Sometimes we all forget that in the heat of everything.

I'm bookmarking this for when we have kids!

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