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the eric update - day 177: play time with tigger!

little odin enjoys the spoils of christmas and gets in a little play time with his new "123 Baby Tigger and Me" from auntie m.

clearly he's having a fun time playing with the play things on tigger's tail!

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12/28/2004 11:06:00 PM 1 comments


hi ed,

thanks for telling us about your daughter. i too was a preemie ( 26 weeker, 2 pounds 13 ounces ) born way back in the dark ages, and despite what some might claim, i've turned out relatively normal; so i know that things can turn out o.k. given enough time, but that didn't make all the time in the hospital any easier :-)

By Blogger e3, at 9:29 AM  

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