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    March 27th, 2014
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    I may not be posting much for a while: as of yesterday we have a child, Lily.

    (Leaving the birth center the midwife told Julia that for the next few days she's not to pick up anything heavier than the baby. This is actually a pretty tricky restriction, as the baby's clothes weigh something. When she wants to move the baby it's frustrating having to go through a whole process: undress the baby, carry the clothes to the destination, go back, carry the baby, put the clothes back on.)

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