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[Comments] (2) As the old saying goes....: Today I couldn't stop laughing in church. We have not had Elizabeth sit by us since Maggie arrived. But Friday night at the pie auction I told her she could sit with us again and help us finish off the last of the goldfish. First today, she showed me a magic trick. I told her she was really good and should learn some more, as to which she said "I'm not even a musician!"

She didn't stop talking through the whole meeting. And she would end every sentence with "your baby is so cute." She would touch her small feet and say "my feet used to be that small when I was a baby too!" Then she would touch her hands and say "my hands used to be that small when I was a baby too!" and on and on in this fashion.

Both she and Clayton told me that they miss us so much in Primary and they are excited for us to return. When Elizabeth told us about her upcoming trip to North Carolina I asked her if she was going to move there. So said "No way! I wouldn't be able to see your baby anymore!"

Speaking of talking a lot: Maggie has been so chatty lately. This morning after her morning feeding (around 7 am) she wouldn't let me put her down. She talked to me for 30 minutes straight and then zonked out. She did the same thing just now (and is taking a nice nap, thankfully). Girls sure do love talking.

I have to get all my work done in three weeks so I can have my month paternity leave be peaceful. Needless to say, it's going to be a nasty three weeks. Bring it on.


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