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      Don't worry, John, I'm on it. They say no, but I'll be watching that waistline. In fact– she often works double shifts ( she's a nurse) she visits and falls asleep on the couch in the family room. I'm going to do that Needle Gender trick…if she's pregnant it will let me know- yes or no AND boy or girl !

      I'm also going to watch the pickle jar. I have my ways- IF I can sniff out a Fudd — surely I can find a grandchild. You doubt me? ( Oh, and I prefer Nan. Leave off the a ).



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