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  1. Peg Gjertsen says:

    I love you both and certainly enjoy getting your RSS feed and reading your latest when I am supposed to be working. 😉

    One of the supergrands

  2. Jen says:

    That is so cool that the comics shop printed your order for free! If you have a copy at home, I’d love to see it next time we’re over.

    It’s amazing to me what a blessing kids like James are: not only by bringing joy to those around them, but also by bringing out the good in total strangers. Sometimes we all need to be reminded that random good things can happen, too.

  3. Chrissie says:

    I love the new blog and am so, so, so happy about your exciting news!!! But am I the only one who doesn’t know how to use the RSS? When I click on it, all I see is code. Am I missing something?

    Again, congratulations and you all continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

    • john says:

      Using RSS feeds requires some sort of RSS reader, sometimes called an aggregator. In Mac OS, the Mail application can be set up to read RSS feeds. Some RSS aggregators are web-based, such as google.com/reader. Some browsers, like Firefox, handle RSS feeds with something called “Live Bookmarks.” There are other options, too, I’m sure. Google “RSS reader” and you’ll see. The basic idea of RSS is that from one place you can subscribe to multiple different feeds, and be notified when there is new content.

  4. Caligirl9 says:

    I just knew you two would get pregnant again! Congratulations!

  5. michelle says:

    Thanks for the tip on Comic Life. I’ve been using a filter from Filter Forge, a comic font and trying to build them or use predone panels for some comic stuff. I should look around more!

    It’s funny, I ended up at Sweet Baby James long ago after seeing it on a site I read all the time (Cakewrecks) and I site I work at (InsideCarolina). I never thought my love of snark and baked goods coupled with my Carolina fever would converge.

    I’m really cheering for you guys. We tried forever to conceive and eventually I was just +done+ with it. I had a strong calling to adopt from foster care and God really worked some miracles for us, giving us a 5 year old to parent. She’s now a thriving 11 year old and our rabid little tar heel fan.

    I completely understand the idea of hoping your blog will be a boring ole family blog. I finally took down our old one and we just have our little ole regular boring family site up.

  6. Funny Babie says:

    Great post!! I just have to copy it 🙂

  7. Reina Brown says:

    I encourage you to keep on writing because I absolutely enjoy reading.

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