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Jun 29, 2013


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Pamela Rote

oh what a sweet web cam snap--NOTHING beats blogging at 2:30 =)

Paul Wandason

Beautiful post!

It really is heart wrenching when our children are ill and there's nothing that we can do except love and cuddle them until they get better. Sometimes those moments in the small hours are precious when there's peace and quiet, and it's just you and your child together. Getting better (hopefully) and taking it all in.

Hope your daughter's better now!

Kenny Bodanis

Thanks, Paul!
She's almost back to 100%; I'm surprised you can't hear her from where you are:)

Kenny Bodanis

I agree...it was all pretty surreal.

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