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Growing up so fast!, Baby s is three months and three weeks old. she can do these things (and others, i'm sure): 1. hold her head up. she's been doing this all along, but i thought i'd mention it. the nurses in the hospital commented on it! 2. roll over, both ways. 3. sit up.

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Big Brother 15 Live Feeds: Week 10 Wednesday Highlights

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Big brother 15 live feeds: week 10 wednesday highlights - Things heated up in the big brother 15 house just like they’re supposed to the night before a big eviction. this time it was ginamarie vs illegal drug use, pregnancy, eating disorders. they cover it all. it’s pretty intense. 9:36 pm bbt.

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Growing up so fast!

Posted by | Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2009 17:00:00 GMT | View Comments

Growing up so fast! - Baby s is three months and three weeks old. she can do these things (and others, i'm sure): 1. hold her head up. she's been doing this all along, but i thought i'd mention it. the nurses in the hospital commented on it! 2. roll over, both ways. 3. sit up.

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