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Originally posted November 20 2004 at 11:11 under Friends. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

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Eight weeks after she was born I finally got to meet Libby last night, while having a nice pub dinner with Rachel, her parents, sister and others. Libby is of course very cute and even at eight weeks so tiny (thanks to being born a little early). She smiles a lot, when not busy sleeping (or eating). I’m told she’s in the lowest two percentile for her weight at that age (i.e. 98% of eight week old babies are heavier) but is actually very long (tall—can she be tall when she can’t stand up?) for her age. She certainly looks long and thin, so I can believe that. Oh, and did I mention cute?

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