My Baby is FOUR!

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It’s hard to believe that my last baby turns four today. Some of you might remember when she was born. I was very pregnant when Life as MOM (the blog) began. That’s us in 2008.

Here we are today, well, last night. Forgive the fuzzy, too-dark phone pic:

In honor of my last baby, I’ve got a fun round-up of giveaways to run today. They’ll be open through the end of the month, next Friday night.

They’re all fairly educational and geared toward learning, back to school, and otherwise hitting the books, so consider this a formal inauguration of the new school year.

I hope you win! And I hope you are enjoying the daze! These last four years have gone all too quickly.


About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. Happy birthday to your little one! 🙂

  2. A wonderful happy birthday to your last baby girl!

  3. Kathy in Illinois says

    Happy 4th birthday to cute little, sweet little Fishchick4!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope she has a fun and lovely day with lots of presents and a special cake her mommy makes especially for her. She is the cutest little girl I have ever seen!
    God bless, Kathy in Illinois
    PS I will be 61 tomorrow!

  4. Maxine says

    My baby turned 4 in June. Happy birthday little one.

  5. Jessica Fisher says

    Thanks, all!

  6. Charity L. says

    Happy Birthday to her! My daughter turns four in just a few short weeks too!

  7. Courtney says

    Happy birthday! Four is such a fun age. My youngest baby just turned ten!

  8. Maggie says

    Happy, happy birthday, Baby Girl!

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