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Octavia Hermione Fuller


So, she finally arrived. October 9, 2007 at 7:20 p.m. 8 lbs, 8 ounces and 22 inches long.

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  1. lori halverson-wenteOctober 10, 2007 at 6:47 AM

    Ahhhhh!!! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!! We are all awaiting stories, more photos, and of course Octavia's visits to the office!!! YEA!!!
    Lori HW

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  2. She is so beautiful! Congrats to you and your wife! May God continue to bless your family!
    Renee' Shaffer

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  3. and you thought you weren't able to blog as often as you liked BEFORE! hah! welcome to the world of parenting bret - congratulations to all 3 of you.

    missy

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  4. Congratulations! She's a beautiful baby ... she's not even all red and "squishy":). Can't wait for you to bring her to campus!

    Nikka

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  5. Dude, you are so going to love having a daughter! They are God's great gifts.

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