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Baby Daphne Anastasia Berry was born yesterday, May 3rd, at 9:43am, weighing 8 lbs,0.5oz, and measuring 21in long. Everyone is doing well, though we are all quite tired. I'll have pictures and whatnot a but later.

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Baby Daphne Anastasia Berry was born yesterday, May 3rd, at 9:43am, weighing 8 lbs,0.5oz, and measuring 21in long. Everyone is doing well, though we are all quite tired. I'll have pictures and whatnot a but later.

Congratulations!

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Yeah!

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Congratulations Tiffany--and welcome to the world, little Daphne :D

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:lol: That's awesome! Congrats! B) (if we had a little clapping smiley, I'd have stuck him in there!)
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Congratulations! What a beautiful name! :D

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Congratulations Tiffany! Love the name!

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Congratulations!

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Baby Daphne Anastasia Berry was born yesterday, May 3rd, at 9:43am, weighing 8 lbs,0.5oz, and measuring 21in long. Everyone is doing well, though we are all quite tired. I'll have pictures and whatnot a but later.

Congratulations!!!!!

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Yay!!! Congrats Mommy!

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Picture!

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She's beautiful :)

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Absolutely lovely! Much happiness to you all!

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That's great! All the best to you(plural). I'd stick one of those clapping smiley's in too!

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Picture!

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OHHHHH! Beautiful baby and beautiful photography! Hope Mom is doing well and deserving of attention too!!

Girls are so special.

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She is beautiful!! I have been thinking about you and hoping for an announcement. Thanks for sharing your news with us.

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Congratulations Mom and Dad!

:D Enjoy your first Mother's Day! :D

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Congrats!

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What a great Mother's Day present! Congratulations! She is beautiful and is lucky to have you as her mama.

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Beautiful Daphne! Congratulations and enjoy your new little one!

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Awwww, what a gorgeous girl! Hey that's right, I'd forgotten when I posted that Mom's Day was just around the corner. This one will be so special for you! :)

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She's gorgeous! Congrats!!! :)

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Thanks guys. We're doing well. I lost a lot of blood, so I've been ordered to stay in bed, but that's a good idea after a 36hour labor and delivery anyway. :P I've got great support from my husband, doula, and midwives, so we've been able to troubleshoot breastfeeding problems and a little stomach irritation (she had to actually start usig her digestive system when my milk came in!). But we're all getting to know each other, and myhusbands parents will be up today to help out as well. (Theyre awesome, so this is a good thing!)

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What a beautiful baby! I'm glad that ya'll are doing well. Beautiful name for a beautiful girl!

Congrats!! :)

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She's beautiful! I love the name. Congratulations, and have a wonderful mother's day. :)

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