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Thursday, July 27, 2006
Holy Hell Batgirl...

I want it to be known that Littlebit went to bed last night at 8:30 without screaming, crying and kicking.

Did you hear me? She went to bed quietly. Like a big girl.

I'm so damn happy....Happy! Happy! Joy! Joy!


link | posted by Mrs. TSB at 8:32 AM






2 Comments:
Blogger Laura had this to say:

one day at a time....baby steps.....you are probably THEEE most direction and guidance she has had in her life.

Good job Mom

10:33 AM 

Anonymous cyndy had this to say:

I just read the 7/26 post also, and can only say that you are an angel sent to guide her. This isn't going to be easy and who knows what kind of life she had before she was fortunate enough to find you. She needs you...and you are going to be good for her.

4:51 PM 

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