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Melanie and Baby Doing GREAT! But A Blogger's Short Hiatus Will Be!

We are thrilled to announce that Melanie, our Blogger extraordinaire and Content Guru has delivered a beautiful baby boy.  He was born on Wednesday, November 27 at approximately 3:45 p.m. and was 6 lbs 1 oz and 50 cm long.  Not bad for a month premature!!

We are very happy to learn that all went well and Mama and Baby are enjoying each other's company immensely!  I'm just bursting to go hover and fetch for our second time Mom but I'm sure she's got her hands full, so we'll leave her be as much as possible.

In the meantime, we'll take a look around and see if we can find some scraps of information that'll intrigue you!!

Congratulations, Melanie and Family!
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