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Checking in

Apologies for the extensive time off in the middle of the season - and this post won't appease very many of you, but I just wanted to let you all know that our son was born last week and I'm taking a bit of time to get settled into our new routine before updating and posting here a whole lot. I'm hoping to get a post up with this weekend's start/sit advice but certainly will have links for you for Week 7.

In the meantime, two good spots to swing by for articles are:
Thanks to those of you who have checked in to see how we're doing - life with a newborn is much more manageable the second time around but it is certainly still an adjustment. We're all doing really well though and I'll be back posting again soon!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Congratulations on your new Son!

Thanks for all of your help.

Tx Bengal
Anonymous said…
mazel tov!
Congratulations! The first few weeks is such a wonderful time. Enjoy it!
Anonymous said…
Congratulations! Take your time coming back (plz don't)!
Anonymous said…
Sara, congratulations! Enjoy the much deserved time off. Family always comes first.

Mary
Unknown said…
Congratulations!

I'm a newbie to the FFball and want to thank you for providing me with a great foundation.

Take your time and have mucho fun.
Badd Brad said…
Did you name him Peyton?! Congrats!
B. said…
Congratulations! It's unbelievable you still post at all during this beautifully busy time in your lives...thanks for all your work/help, take care.
Glad to hear it and congrats, Sara and family! Take all the time you need.
Anonymous said…

congrats,

all the best to you and family
Unknown said…
Congratulations to you and your family!
Anonymous said…
Mazel Tov!
Anonymous said…
Hooray! I may have told you this before but when I first found your website, I had no idea you were a woman. I love your links and I check here regularly. It doesn't matter that you're a woman...this site is great! Or maybe it's great because you are a woman. I don't know. Congratulations on your new addition. Obviously Fantasy Football takes a backseat to family....but when you come back full time..would you consider publishing more of your overall philosophies in winning Fantasy Football. I would like to see more of your perspective!

Thanks for all you do!
IsaacVanDamme said…
I'm not sure who you are or where you are, but I wish you the best with your baby and appreciate the "library" you always keep well-stocked and link. Congratulations from So. Cal.!
davinci78 said…
Congrats Sara.
Unknown said…
Congrats
kate said…
Wooohooo! Glad to hear he arrived! Hope all is well and you are squeezing in some sleep.
Anonymous said…
Congrats!!
annasdad3 said…
As a parent of three and two of them really young, I have to commend you for still taking time out to do this research. You are incredible!!

Thank you!

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