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Steve and Jenny's Baby Diary - Week 19

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Steve Bartlett | 17:33 UK time, Monday, 8 March 2010


Hi. This is Steve.
This is the thrid edition of our online diary. Thanks for your thoughts and prayers.

I'd like to make a quick apology for some of the comments that have been left on our online guestbook. I am editing these as fast as I can. Reluctantly however I will be placing an 18 rating on the guestbook until further notice.

On a more upbeat note, we'd like to tell you about a pretty exciting event coming up - Tips on Christian Marriage in Essex Community Hall. We're pretty excited to be taking part in this event with our pastor Graham.  We will be looking at issues such as conflict in marriage. There will be meatballs. Please book in advance detailing your marital problems.


Recommended Reading for the Tips on Christian Marriage event:
  • Why can't he just get it right? Understanding Your Wife by Roger Martin
  • When A Christian Marriage Hits The Rocks by James Taylor
  • A Dreadful Nightmare by Sam Thomas and Matthew Gregory
  • Why did we ever get married? By John Harrow

married_300.jpgAnd last but not least, here's our latest video diary:

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There will be another entry in Steve and Jenny's Baby Diary next week.

Steve and Jenny's Baby Diary is written by Emily Watson Howes.
Illustrations by Kate Sullivan.



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