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Week two in numbers


Here are week two's numbers...as a reminder they start on a Friday and go until Thursday and these are only for this week. Numbers are tallied and verified by an independent conslting firm.

Heads up that my next post will be my hundredth post. It will be a huge posting event with many celebrities, reality TV stars, musicians and such* so it might take a couple days for it to go live.

 *There is no gaurantee that celebrities, reality TV stars and musicians will be part of the event...but there will definitely be some 'and such.'

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  2. I am really interested to see week 1,097 in numbers :)

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  3. the number of times you blew on him dropped significantly, so your on track. nice work guys.

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  4. HA! As a week 4 dad, I can confirm the #s are correct!

    Shane
    www.calgarydaddy.com

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  5. I love these posts and it is great to remember what those first weeks were like now that we are 2 years out from them.

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  6. Kenny, you and staci are so funny and unique! I love it!

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  7. The amazing thing is you've had the time to compile the numbers - well done!

    I kept a diary of feeding sessions for about the first six weeks, which side my wife was feeding on, for how long etc.

    Must digitize them at some point, or at least count them up!

    Graham @ www.new-dad.com

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  8. I love it!
    FYI, I'm nearly 10 months in with our Milo and I check him at least three times for proper breathing between the time I put him to bed at night and the time I go to sleep. Better safe than sorry, right?!

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  9. Such a great idea and design. If imitation is the sincere form of flattery, I may borrow that design for my soon Baby Boy Tuna.

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  10. haha always love ur blog posts!
    Come give me a visit soon :)


    Priscila
    'trendy finds and giveaways for mom and baby
    www.littlemissheirlooms.blogspot.com

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  11. The amazing thing is you've had the time to compile the numbers - well done!

    I kept a diary of feeding sessions for about the first six weeks, which side my wife was feeding on, for how long etc.

    Must digitize them at some point, or at least count them up!

    Graham @ www.new-dad.com

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