Six Little Miracles

Author: Janet Walton
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 147350323X
Size: 14,10 MB
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Janet had been told she couldn't have children, so she and her husband Graham were overjoyed to find out she was pregnant. Then they told it was not just one baby, but six! On 18 November 1983, Janet Walton gave birth to the world’s first all-female sextuplets: Hannah, Lucy, Ruth, Sarah, Kate and Jennie. Janet takes us through the reality of parenting six children of the same age – the extreme sleep deprivation, the bottle-feeding, and later the chaotic routine of getting six girls to school on time. As they grew up, Janet learned to keep a sense of humour through the teenage tantrums and boy trouble, and she watched her little girls blossom into individual, confident young women. She has loved every minute.

Little Miracles

Author: Jack Vosburgh
Size: 10,55 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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You Ll Lose The Baby Weight

Author: Dawn Meehan
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439190036
Size: 11,87 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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You’ll Lose the Baby Weight is a humorous look at pregnancy and childbirth. The author shares the parts about pregnancy that your doctor doesn’t tell you--like how many times you are asked to pee whether you want to or not, from figuring out if you're pregnant by peeing on a pee stick to every time you go in for your doctor visit. And then there is the time when you are not allowed to pee but are bursting to when you’re five months pregnant and have to drink thirty-two ounces of water for your ultrasound--and it feels like you've drank fifty-five gallons. As she shares stories from her own six pregnancies and births and those of her friends, Dawn cues readers into the important things they need to know, like how they should order their epidural as soon as they see a pink line on the pregnancy test, the unexpected changes your body goes through, and the fact that they will never again sleep through the night uninterrupted. This book even offers advice for fathers-to-be, including a list of things not to do in the delivery room if they don’t want a bedpan thrown at their heads. With such chapters as "I’m Not a Doctor; I Just Play One on TV" and "Morning Sickness: It Isn’t Just for Breakfast Anymore," each chapter opens with a list of tips--some serious and some not--including things not to be suckered into buying for your baby and the essentials that you really do need. This hilarious book takes readers through nine months of pregnancy and all the accompanying symptoms to labor and delivery and the weeks postpartum. It will have readers doubled over in laughter, as it walks them through pregnancy with sympathetic honesty. While acknowledging that pregnancy is not always easy, the end result of that sweet-smelling, soft baby somehow make it all worth while.

Three Little Miracles

Author: Rebecca Winters
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459269640
Size: 12,12 MB
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BABY BOOM It wasn't just trouble that came in threes… Despite her amnesia, Tracey can't forget one thing—the devastating secret that forced her to run out on Julien Chappelle four days after their honeymoon. She wants a divorce. Julien wants his wife back. And he's prepared to fight for her: he'll agree to a divorce if Tracey will live with him for thirty days…and nights! But what Tracey hasn't counted on is that Julien has more than just memories on his side. A set of adorable triplets who need their mom to come home. It seems Tracey has only one motive for leaving and three compelling reasons why she should stay…. BABY BOOM. Two's company…five's a family! "Rebecca Winters is a master storyteller… A Rebecca Winters romance transports the reader to a magical place, and it's a journey I never want to miss." —Bonnie K. Winn "…one of our favorite authors…" —Romantic Times

How We Met A Journey Of Little Miracles

Author: Madeleine O’Dell-Conui
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493101471
Size: 17,89 MB
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When I first came to America in 1967, one of my dreams was to locate my O'Dell relatives from my grandfather's side. My Dad and my aunt Nancy always extoll their Dad with such affection that I always wish I have known him. The first few years in the US was a struggle of daily living, raising 4 children and working full time that my dreams of ever connecting with them faded into oblivion. In 2012, a premed student from the Santo Tomas University [UST] connected with everyone through facebook with an O'Dell surname with his research into the O'Dell family through Wikepedia, the free encyclopedia Charles Wallace O'Dell is a 6th generation O'Dell and it took another Wallace in the family to uncover the family history. O'dell family...........originally owned by an Anglo-Saxon king; according to Wikepedia in Bedfordshire: O'dell is a village and civil parish in the North of the county of Bedfordshire in England. Originally owned by an Anglo-Saxon king, the barony of Woadhyll was transferred to the Norman Count of Flanders after the Norman invasion.He later changed his last name to Woadhyll, which means, a hill full of Woads, and as time went on the barony was changed to O'dell which was ruled by Barons bearing the name of O'dell. By the 1600's the family had a quarrel and was split into two, leaving the barony without a legal male heir. The quarrel stemmed from religion. The family was divided into the Protestants and the Catholics. The Protestants moved to Newfoundland in Virginia, bearing the name odell while the Catholics moved to Ireland changing their name to O'Dell to evade Irish reprisals against the British.Eventually, the Catholics moved to Nebraska and that was the start of the family's story. Our great grandfather, Wallace Scott O'Dell [1852-1915] married Cora Davis. Wallace Scott died in 1915 and was survived by 8 children and his wife.His brother could not attend his funeral, and also his son named Thomas Leroy O'Dell nicknamed Roy was in the Philippine Islands at the time of his death in Nebraska. Our great grand mother, on the left, see picture, and a woman standing is daughter Zoe, the sister of Leroy, and her grand daughter on the right Wallace Scott O'Dell was for many years connected actively with agricultural interests in Chapman precinct but spent his last years in honorable retirement at Weston. A native of Venango County, Pennsylvania, he was born on the 4th of Feb.1852 and was a son of Alfred and Julia [Van Geisen] O'Dell, native respectively of New York and New Jersey. They were married in Pennsylvania and continued to reside there until Wallace was 17 years old, when the family moved to Saunders County in Nebraska. His father homesteading land 2 and a half miles east of Weston. At that time, the County was in the main, a frontier district and the town of Weston had not been founded yet. Mr O'Dell proved up to his claim and remained there on until his demise in 1909 at the age of 86. His wife died in 1911 at 84 years old.They became parents of 7 children. Wallace Scott is the third child. Wallace Scott attended School in Pennsylvania and remained at home for sometime after the family left the County. At 25 years of age,he was married and began farming in Chapman precinct, buying railroad land which he improved. He was a successful Agriculturist, being energetic and progressive, and accumulated competence as the years went by which enabled him to retire from active life in 1910. He sold his farm that year and moved to Weston. On July of 1877, Mr O'Dell married Miss Cora Davis, a daughter of Captain William and Nancy [Whiting] Davis. They had 8 children namely; Maud, wife of Henry White of Wahoo, Roy, who was connected with the civil service in the Philippines, Zoe, the wife of Joseph Kriz, Alta at home, Dawn, the wife of Joseph Porter of Wahoo, Wilma, married to George Jackson of Wahoo,Nannie and Alfred, at home. Mr O'Dell was a republican who changed part

Double Trouble Pregnancy Surprise Two Little Miracles Expecting Royal Twins Miracle Twin Babies Mills Boon M B

Author: Caroline Anderson
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 147207484X
Size: 15,34 MB
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Two little miracles! Julia hasn’t seen her husband Max for almost a year – but he’s back and Julia has a surprise...

No Small Miracles

Author: Norris Burkes
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 084992975X
Size: 13,85 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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If you've ever wondered whether faith makes a difference in the worst times; whether God is real; or how humor can find its way even into life's battlefields . . . this inspirational book will show you.

Little Miracles

Author: Giselle Green
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 000732006X
Size: 12,30 MB
Format: PDF
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When a routine trip to the beach turns to tragedy, Julia Fearon’s life becomes a heartbreaking search for the truth.

Little Miracles In Real Life

Author: John Sherrill
Editor: Tyndale House Pub
ISBN: 9780842355193
Size: 12,10 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 396

This collection of favorite stories from Guideposts magazine can lift readers' spirits and strengthen their faith as they read of God's miraculous intervention in the lives of everyday people.

Little Miracles

Editor: Compendium Incorporated
ISBN: 9781888387049
Size: 17,58 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 377

Here is the book that rekindles our faith in miracles, and each other. Wherever you find great love, friendship or kindness, you will also find Little Miracles.