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    Emily Malone

    culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. barre fanatic. loving mama.

    Contact Emily

    For general inquires, contact: EmilyBMalone@gmail.com.

    For partnerships, contact: dailygarnishads@mediakix.com.

    Looking forward to chatting with you!

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    A Look Back.



Pregnancy

After over a year of trying, we learned in late January that we could expect to have a little Baby Garnish in October 2011!  This exciting news has already changed our lives in ways I couldn’t ever imagine.  

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Below are links to all of my weekly updates, as well as pregnancy-related posts both here on Daily Garnish, and as a contributor to Babble’s Being Pregnant blog.

Weekly Updates:

9 weeks 10 weeks

11 weeks 12 weeks

13 weeks 14 weeks

15 weeks 16 weeks

17 weeks 18 weeks

19 weeks 20 weeks

21 weeks 22 weeks

23 weeks 24 weeks

25 weeks 26 weeks

27 weeks 28 weeks

29 weeks 30 weeks

31 weeks 32 weeks

33 weeks 34 weeks

35 weeks 36 weeks

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39 weeks  40 weeks

To see what happened beyond week 40, visit the parenting page! 

Daily Garnish Posts:

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Being Pregnant Posts:

Your guide to those exciting nine months


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