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    The Christmas season has been busy this year. We have SOOOO many family parties and I've been working so much, I'm just exhausted.

    However, Lesli will be happy to know that I went to a Zumba class last night and it was so fun! The instructor made us wear reindeer antlers the whole time...lol. And it was a mix of latin and christmas music. Put me in the spirit! I think I will become a regular zumba-er!

    My co-worker came back from maternity leave this week. She is working part time. It's interesting to see how she is dealing with pumping and working. She's a busy woman with all that. Nice to see that it is doable though. It's nice to have some help at work, we've been swamped and its going to be even busier in January.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eliann View Post
    However, Lesli will be happy to know that I went to a Zumba class last night and it was so fun! The instructor made us wear reindeer antlers the whole time...lol. And it was a mix of latin and christmas music. Put me in the spirit! I think I will become a regular zumba-er!
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    Ha ha ha ha that's awesome about the reindeer antlers glad you had fun! Was it your first time going?
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    Just got news that my friend had her baby boy today! This was her first, but it sounds like everything went pretty quickly, got to the hospital around 7AM with what she thought was just cramping. Turns out she was in labour, and gave birth at 2PM. He's about 3 weeks early, but they're both healthy.

    Think this will fuel the baby fever or help keep it away for while?
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    Quote Originally Posted by browntown View Post
    Just got news that my friend had her baby boy today! This was her first, but it sounds like everything went pretty quickly, got to the hospital around 7AM with what she thought was just cramping. Turns out she was in labour, and gave birth at 2PM. He's about 3 weeks early, but they're both healthy.

    Think this will fuel the baby fever or help keep it away for while?
    LOL! could go either way - depends on whether he's difficult and crying a lot, or cute and cooing! j/k

    I'm glad her labor went well and baby boy is doing well. 37 weeks isn't too early, most doctors consider it "term".
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    I just had someone I know from school have her baby yesterday, he is adorable. Hubby also has a friedn whose wife was due today, but no baby yet. This is going to put baby fever in overload.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tink9702 View Post
    LOL! could go either way - depends on whether he's difficult and crying a lot, or cute and cooing! j/k
    Haha! So true. I always get super baby fever whenever I find out someone is pregnant. Then the fever dies down as soon as its born and they call me exhausted and complaining. Haha. But when my friends babies get to be around 6 months, the fever starts up again.

    And Lesli, I took zumba when I lived in Los Angeles, but it was very different from this class. I like this one much more.

    Christmas was rough this year. I need a vacation from my vacation. What I've gathered from this weekend is that once people turn 60+ years, they get a little weird. LOL. It was nice, just a bit more stressful than usual. Happy to be back at work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tink9702 View Post
    LOL! could go either way - depends on whether he's difficult and crying a lot, or cute and cooing! j/k

    I'm glad her labor went well and baby boy is doing well. 37 weeks isn't too early, most doctors consider it "term".
    Turns out I was SO wrong, he was only 34 weeks! He's still in the hospital, he still won't eat on his own. I can't imagine how hard it was for her to have to leave him there over the holidays.
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