What happens when you tell the man upstairs that you'll take the mystery prize behind door number three.
hurraaaaaaaaaay! and what a beautiful girl she is!
Go girl(s)! Glad everything went went and no jaundice and no horrible labor story! Empathic relief :)and congratulations, again!
She's gorgeous!! Mazal tov! What a little princess!
Mazel tov! She's beautiful.
YAY and mazal tov! One of those four deliveries had to be an easy one, right? Statistically?You are going to be SHOWERED with pink frilly things. Just SHOWERED with them. :-)
Congratulations! I'm so happy for all of you!
i have to keep coming back to munch on those munchable cheeks and nose.virtually, of course. :)
What a wonderful holiday present! Now she can be spoiled by her big brothers!Congratulations! ...a girl!!! Really wonder-ful!
Congratulations! She's beautiful! (and what a beating of the odds and history on all those things!)
Joy. Utter joy.
Congratulations! Well done!!
YAY!!! I was hoping it was going to be a girl. Isn't that the old stereotype - that women always take longer to get ready then men do???Mazel TOV! May you raise her to Torah, Chuppah, & Maasim Tovim! And I hope you get lots of new toys for her big brothers!BRING ON THE PINK!
Mazel tov! I agree with persephone; you'll have to guard those cheeks. Does she have pulkes to match? Pulkies? I can't decide.
It's noon where you are--she must have a name by now :)Mazal tov again! And I agree about the cheeks. Yum.
In that photo she looks like her brothers!
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