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And we all can Celebrate our status as Bari-aunts and uncles. I am as happy as if it were my,own great grand baby! Have a beautiful life and enjoy and treasure your tiny Grace, bariatric surgery granted her a healthy happy mommy!

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And how big is Grace getting to now?, Gosh she will be 2 months old this weekend. Hope you are both doing fine!

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On 10/15/2018 at 15:28, Frustr8 said:

And how big is Grace getting to now?, Gosh she will be 2 months old this weekend. Hope you are both doing fine!
Grace’s 2 month check-up is Monday....will give you an update. Lost 21 pounds of the 36 gained during pregnancy...so we are both doing well. She feels like a solid 12 lbs but I may be wrong..we’ll see! 🤗

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On 8/26/2018 at 11:20 AM, JohnGraySmiley said:

healthy baby girl named Grace on Tuesday! 8/21/18! 6lbs 10oz!!! Mom and baby healthy! 😍💜💝

@JohnGraySmiley

wonderful, wonderful, wonderful

good wishes for you and yours to remain healthy and happy☺️

kathy

congrats

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Give her a kiss on her forehead from Bari-Aunt Frustr8. So very pleased for both of you, you are Special Ladies!👶&👸

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Congrats ! Do you still have restriction as before baby girl ? How you are eating ! I’m terrified. Lost 100 lbs, 20 months post op sleeve and just found out pregnant.

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On 04/01/2019 at 20:59, mickey1314 said:



Congrats ! Do you still have restriction as before baby girl ? How you are eating ! I’m terrified. Lost 100 lbs, 20 months post op sleeve and just found out pregnant.


Yes! Still have restriction. Everything went back to normal after I had her. Appetite and all. I still have 15lbs to re-lose...I’m here to talk ANYTIME you have anxiety about regain...I’m still dealing with it. You’ll do well!...and most importantly....Congratulations!!!!!!😍🥰🙌🏽🙏🏽

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