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You are a superhero and should be so proud! I'm very impressed with everything you're doing. I don't know if I would have handled all that international traveling with pumping, etc. with as much grace. Awesome.


Sounds like you guys are doing great. The hard work really paid off. I hope you have time to enjoy france!


Hi Aliza - I just wanted to let you know I think your blog is great. I've been reading/lurking for awhile now (I'm due around the new year with my first baby) and I'm so happy to have this resource, especially if I have troubles with breastfeeding.

Also I just got the latest issue of Parents magazine and there you were (in reference to successful pregnancies after miscarriage). I did a double take, like, hey, I know her! (sort of) :) So you and NG are famous!


OMG, I can't believe it fried the cable. I wonder if the voltage is different in Norway...hmmm. I'll ask my sister-in-law. I'm glad you had backup batteries. You're awesome, I would've completely freaked. Good luck with the rest of the trip :*


Hi, this sounds similar to my experiences last year - I was lucky to 5-hours sleep continous!


I'm so pleased for you and hope you are enjoying your trip.


I see your spot in the magazine. Congrats!


saw your spot would make more since. Hell im tired. you know how it goes


You are a hero. I flew with baby Eggs during the time of restricted cabin bagagge from London so I was grateful that I was breastfeeding. It's not easy at the best of times so to keep doing what you are doing is fabulous. Love France. Enjoy. I have spent many a fabulous long weekend in Paris and a gorgeous week in the Dordogne a few years back.

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