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Thanks so much for writing and sharing your stories about fluffy. I would love to talk to you sometime about RDI.

I always wonder what it would be like to have a daughter....


My husband and I both come from large families. Now we have three boys of our own and I often think about trying for a girl. But part of me would feel like I was starting all over again: I've got this snips and snails and puppy dog tail thing down. I don't really know if I'm ready for sugar and spice. ...


Oh! Oh! Put me in the drawing!

Motherhood Uncensored

I've seen this book everywhere - with all positive reviews. And as a mother of a daughter, I'm intrigued.

Other Laura

Hmm. I have TWO daughters and could use any advice possible, especially since we are now in the TWEEN years. Shudder. And really, I am aiming to win again. Can you win twice? Is it rigged? Should I just accept the loss gracefully? Hee.

Glad to see you back.


Hi, again : ) So very happy to see you writing again. Living with these kids is such a challenge and a blessing-- and RDI seems to make it a bit harder, but more wonderful (at the same time?) I am the daughter of an only girl child ,raised as the big sister of two girls, and now here I am raising two little boys-- one on the spectrum-- so it's complicated and difficult and (at times) really wonderful. Thank you for writing, Kyra.

~ danielle

Kyra, I'm so glad you're blogging again. I know its selfish of me, I want you to have all the things that you stopped blogging for, I want many of them for myself too. It makes my heart sing to read your words. We are in a very dark place right now and reading about you and fluffy gives me so much hope. We have been blessed with a daughter and probably because of Bub's asd, I worry so much less about raising her (or maybe it's because she's all rolly polly smiley goo-gaa still). Thoughts of raising him, of him being a teenager and young adult, terrify me... truly.

Anyway, blah blah blah, I'm so glad your writing here again so that I can read it! I'm definitly getting this book from the library :)


I'm so happy I have one of each. Your niece sometimes reminds me very much of you, you know!

Kristina Chew

I have one older sister---always thought I would be best with a daughter.

Surprise surprise!

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