Sharing Our Special News

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

Pregnancy announcement photos, maternity photography. Baby number 2 on the way, 2 under 2!

I am so excited to finally share with you some big news! As you can see from my growing belly, we have a bundle of joy on the way! Baby Stephens is due this summer and we couldn’t feel more blessed. So many of you already guessed our news! You guys are good 🙂

This pregnancy was a bit of a surprise for us, since we had wanted to wait a little longer after having Julian to get pregnant. But sure enough, as soon as Julian decided he was done breastfeeding (just days before his first birthday) we got pregnant again! I have really really tough pregnancies, so truthfully, I was not looking forward to another pregnancy just yet; and this pregnancy has been no exception. I have been vomiting every day, mostly all day, with frequent visits to the Emergency Room for fluid hydration, and multiple anti nausea regimens. This goes way past the suggested treatments of ginger tea and Preggo Pops; trust me, I’ve tried it all. Early on in pregnancy, I was diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum, just like I was with Julian. I want to clarify, hyperemesis is not “morning sickness.” This has been a debilitating illness that has left me basically bed bound for months. I could go on endlessly about this diagnosis, but I think I’ll save that for another post. But, just so you know, this why I have been MIA since Christmas!

We feel so fortunate to be expecting baby number 2, as our Julian Koki is our whole world. But, truthfully, this illness makes it challenging to acknowledge that it will all be worth it, especially on the worst days. Also, the idea of having 2 under 2 has me a little nervous! But I know in my heart this baby will be the perfect addition to our family. My baby, you are so loved by so many, and you hit the jackpot with the best big brother (and fur brother!) around!

Thank you all for bearing with me through this difficult and exciting time! I cannot wait to share this next chapter of our lives with you. We couldn’t be more thrilled!

Dress: Paper Crown, older, similar here and here // Boots: Hunter // Lipliner: Soar, lipstick: Kinda Sexy both by MAC// JULIAN: Sweater: Tucker + Tate from Nordstrom, similar // Pants: Tucker + Tate //Boots: Hunter

Also, huge THANK YOU to my friend and photographer Ashley Loyer for editing these photos for me! My husband took them, but I am still learning my way around Lightroom. Thanks for helping out a friend Ashley!

xx,

Heidi

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Valentine’s Date Night

A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night! A Valentine's Day inspired red dress for date night!I hope I’m not the only one getting heart eyes over the fact that Valentine’s Day is next week! Growing up, Valentine’s Day was always one of my favorite holidays. When we woke up in the morning we would all have a gift from my mom, the sweetest Valentine! It usually involved some fun makeup for us girls, a Valentine’s shirt and of course, lots of chocolate! It was like a mini Christmas in our house.

I’ll never forget the first Valentine’s Day that Jeff became my Valentine. We had just met when he went back to sea for a month. We were still talking on the phone, emailing and getting to know each other when February 14th rolled around. But like the gentleman that he is, he sent me the most gorgeous assortments of orchids and roses, from “Your Secret Admirer.” I felt so giddy to have met such a wonderful man, and excited for all of the possibilities. I always think of that gift when Valentine’s Day comes around.

This fun and flirty red dress is the perfect date night ensemble. The off the shoulder look has always been one of my favorites, but the bell sleeves really did it for me! I don’t typically wear red because I am so fair skinned, but who can resist in February?

Hope you all are feeling the love this month! Share with me one of your favorite Valentine’s memories in the comments!

Dress: Rent the Runway, similar here // Earrings: Kate Spade older, similar here

xx,

Heidi

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Our Mornings and 10 Fun Facts About Me

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When I set out to do this post, I wanted to share with you all our morning routine. It is so simple, but is one of my favorite times of day. I find that starting the morning out right makes a positive impact on my whole day. If I’m being really good, I wake up before Julian and write in my gratitude journal, even if just for 5 minutes. Then once the babe is up, things really get moving! I have worn this robe in a lot of my insta-stories and posts lately, and had quite a few questions about it! It is a Love Ophelia Serendipity robe in their lavender hue and I just love how feminine and detailed it is. It has become my morning wardrobe staple! 

In regards to sharing our morning routine, like I’ve mentioned before here, I have been feeling really under the weather lately. So, I’m not about to pretend that mornings are a beloved time for me right now! Instead, I thought it would be fun to share 10 facts about me that you may not know. I love reading these little snippets on other people, so I hope you’ll enjoy mine!

  1. My dad accidentally introduced my (now) husband and I at a bar while watching a football game. Thanks Dude Pa!
  2. I was a vegetarian for 5 years after eating cow tongue in Argentina. I was a terrible vegetarian though, I gained about 15 pounds because all I ate was bread and cheese.
  3. My childhood best friends were twin boys from next door. Their mom taught me everything I know about baking.
  4. A few years ago I was a finalist to become a professional cheerleader. GO HAWKS! Insert hair flip emoji here.
  5. I have never hired a housekeeper, a nanny or a babysitter. Not that I’m against it. I’d just rather save that money for something more exciting, like shoes!
  6. I am a third generation nurse, and my mom used to always tell me I was born to be a nurse. I loved her textbooks so much as a little girl.
  7. Before becoming a stay at home mother to Julian, I was an Emergency Room Nurse at the Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Seattle. I have the utmost of respect for the men and women who have served our country
  8. I don’t talk about politics online, ever. I also don’t have a problem with those that do, I just prefer to save certain topics for face to face conversations.
  9. My husband and I got married in our backyard.
  10. My car was stolen twice when I lived in Seattle, and broken into more times than I can remember. It ultimately lead me out of the city and back to country life!
  11. I had mastitis 4 times throughout my breastfeeding year with Julian. But then he weaned himself with no fuss just 2 days before his 1st birthday. You just can’t win them all, but sometimes there’s a silver lining.

Okay, that was 11 things, I couldn’t resist. Share with me some of your fun facts!

xx,

Heidi

Photography by Whitney Coudray Photography. THANK YOU Whitney!

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Raising Young Readers

Reading to babies, why it's so important and how to make it funToday on the blog, my sister Megan is taking over to share the importance of raising young readers. Much of what I practice at home with Julian is what I have learned from Megan. I hope you’ll learn a little, and your babes will learn a lot! Enjoy!

There has never been a time in my life where I haven’t been surrounded by books. I was one of those kids who got in trouble for reading past her bedtime. I currently have eight separate apps on my phone that are devoted to reading or books. Some of my best friends have been fictional characters I met in between the pages. If my husband and I had a daughter I wanted to name her Hermione. (Luckily we had two sons so we avoided that argument.) My younger son’s name is Bennett, for goodness sake.

So it should be no surprise that as a mother and as an Early Head Start teacher fostering literacy is one of my passions. I was a teacher for almost ten years before I became a mother. Despite all my education and experience my years of teaching did not prepare me for the rigors of motherhood the way I thought it would. But one thing that carried over is my love of reading to children.

  1. Let them explore. From birth children should have access to books. The indestructible book series is perfect for infants as while not completely indestructible, they are at least baby proof. Letting the child look, taste, try to rip, throw, and carry these books is the first step in a child’s love of reading.
  2. On that note, invest in a lot of board books. Allow them to be destroyed. In our house we have gone through three copies of Goodnight Moon. I couldn’t be more proud. Books are meant to be experienced. Allow them free rein to figure out how books work. What the pages feel like under their fingers, what they taste like and yes, even what happened when they are ripped. Books can be replaced, nurturing a love of reading cannot.
  3. Be a reader. To raise a reader be a reader. Children will emulate what their parents do, if they see you reading, they will too.
  4. Literacy isn’t just books. Songs, finger plays, poems, nursery rhymes. These are all great ways to foster a love of literacy.
  5. When reading a familiar book to your child stop at the end of a sentence and see if they can finish it. You’d be surprised how quickly children can begin to recite a book from memory.
  6. Talk to your child, when they are babies narrate your actions. When they get older ask them questions, use real words not baby talk, expect that they will understand you and they will.
  7. Read every day. Make it part of your bedtime routines, make it part of your quiet time routine, have books in every room in the house and an empty lap for your child to sit in.
  8. Some people might not agree with this, but I think that electronic reading is fine. As long as it’s balanced with actual one on one time with a parent, there is nothing wrong with read along books on kindles, or our family’s favorite a Me-reader. (Are they really all that different than the Teddy Ruxpin of our childhoods?)

For the older children who are struggling with interest in reading I say this. In my opinion there is always something out there that would interest everyone and if you hate reading, you simply haven’t found the right thing to read. While my interest in books varies from Tess of the D’Urbervilles to the latest Jill Shalvis romance novel, I will be the first to tell you that I don’t like a lot of the genres of writing out there. You won’t find me reading nonfiction about the Korean War, or The Secret. And that is okay.

It is okay for your child not to love the book they are forced to read. While Lord of the Flies is not their style, Japanese Manga might be. They might hate Bridge to Terabithia but love reading Goosebumps. It doesn’t matter what your child is reading as long as they are reading.

My favorite books to read to my boys.

  1. On The Night You Were Born by Nancy Tillman
  2. In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak
  3. Chu’s Day by Neil Gaiman
  4. Mommy & Daddy Hugs and Kisses series by Anne Gutman
  5. Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling (I’ll admit this is my own fangirl interests leaking through here. So far my 5 year old and I have only read the first one, it’s a little more mature, so I’m pacing myself.)
  6. Horton Hatches a Who by Dr. Seuss (Our dog is named after the bird from this book)
  7. Night Night Little Pookie by Sandra Boynton
  8. No, David by David Shannon
  9. The How Do Dinosaurs series by Jane Yolen and Mark Tegue
  10. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

As one of my favorite children’s authors says “Read to your bunny often and someday your bunny will read to you.”

When she’s not working as an Early Head Start teacher, Megan Grable can be found on her couch writing too late into the night while wearing oversized headphones, listening to angry girl music and wrapped in a large blanket. She has two boys ages five and two that keep her very busy. Her current obsessions are rereading Mortal Instruments Series, Case/Lang/Viers’ new album, over the knee boots, and Michelle Dockery on Good Behavior.

You can find her actual writing on Wattpad or her erratic comments on twitter. She has accepted the status of Pluto and is ready to move on with her life.

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Bundled in the City

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

Bundled up in the Emerald city of Seattle! Pacific Northwest Style

I don’t know if anyone has noticed or not, but I’ve been a lot quieter on the blog and social media lately. I’m working through some health issues (nothing for anyone to worry about!) and have had a hard time blogging lately. But I wanted to share with you all some fun photos my friend Jesse and I took recently downtown Seattle. We love having our girls days, as I mentioned in my Pike Place post. And this one was no exception. You can’t really tell from the photos, but it even started to snow a bit for us while we were walking around! Thus the twinkle in my eye and the outstretched hand in a few of these!

Just wanted to pop into the blog, to let you all know I’m still here. I’m just taking things at a slower pace these days. I’ll update soon. Happy Monday everyone!

Hat: Carhartt // Jacket: Old, similar here // Jeans: Nordstrom // Boots: Frye

Photography by Jesse Crockett 

xx,

Heidi

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A Day at Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Playing tourists in your hometown. A day trip to Seattle's Pike Place Market

Years ago when I lived in Seattle, visiting Pike Place Market was one of my favorite ways to spend the morning. Yes, even locals love the market! Now that I live a ferry boat ride away, I find myself visiting Seattle less and less. When I commuted to the city as an ER nurse, I would spend the entire day at the hospital, and those 12 hour shifts don’t allow for much time to explore the city. So it had been awhile since I had the pleasure of strolling through downtown.

My favorite things to do at Pike Place have remained the same over the years. I love to grab a warm latte from Le Panier, then make my way down to Piroshky Piroshky for their out of this world fresh rhubarb treat. THEY ARE HEAVEN! Then I would wander through the various vendors and of course pick up some flowers. They have the laregest, most gorgeous blooms for the best prices. I would then take a few too many samples from the Chukar Cherries gals before heading home. Black Forest is still my favorite! Oh the simple, pre-baby life.

Needless to say, I had a fun time wandering through the market again with my girlfriend Jesse. We were surprisingly baby free, and had the best day exploring without strollers! Jesse even took me on a birthday lunch to Boka when it started to snow. It was a girls day to remember!

There’s something so fun about being a tourist in your own city. Jess and I both vowed to do it more often, and I hope you will to! What’s your favorite Pike Place spot? Let me know in the comments!

Photography by Jessica Crockett

Hat: Anthropologie // Jacket: North Face, similar // Gloves: Anthropologie, similar here // Sweater: Old Navy //Jeans: Nordstrom //Boots: Frye

xx,

Heidi

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My Everyday Style

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vest

Pacific Northwest style in red hunter boots and a puffy black vestGrowing up in Washington state, my dad would jokingly call my sister and I “Puget Sound Debutantes.” And I guess the title kind of stuck. My everyday style is very simple and laid back. You can find me in jeans and a t-shirt just about everyday. Like a lot of women, I have fun getting dressed up and dolled up. I like to do my makeup, and look my best. I have posted some of my dressier looks on the blog before, (also here and here) but the reality is that everyday life in the Pacific Northwest can get a little soggy. When my husband is gone at work for extended periods of time, I need to be the man and the woman of the house. Which often means function over form while I’m headed to the island dump. Yes, I have to take our trash to the dump.

I have found simple ways to dress myself up and make myself feel feminine, while living out in the country. Even just wearing a sweater instead of a sweatshirt, or putting on a simple pair of earrings can do wonders for my mood. I like to feel put together, but, most of all, I still need to be able to get get my hands dirty when needed.

I think it’s fun to embrace all sides of one’s style, and I wanted to give you all a glimpse at my everyday look. So here it is! With 3 day old hair, very little makeup and a puffy vest. What’s your everyday style? Is your style more form or function? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to know!

Earrings: Kate Spade // Vest: Marmot // Sweater: J. Crew // Jeans: DL 1961 // Boots: Hunter

xx,

Heidi

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Bainbridge Boheme’s 2016 Greatest Hits

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

Grand Forest on Bainbridge Island

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

Geisha girl and sushi baby for Halloween

An elegant and classic Pacific Northwest themed first birthday for our baby boy

Our family portrait. One year old Julian in his daddy's arms with mom at his side. Love our baby boy

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

2016 Greatest Hits // Bainbridge Boheme

This year has brought more changes to ours lives than ever before. I feel blessed to be a wife, mother, and am embracing my new role as a blogger. I wanted to highlight my favorite photos and memories from this year, and narrowing them all down proved a challenge! Without further ado, here are Bainbridge Boheme’s top moments of 2016!

  1. Starting Bainbridge Boheme! It had to be number one because it all started here! Bainbridge Boheme stemmed from my love of celebrating life’s little pleasures. At the time, my love for journaling and photographing our everyday lives was growing, and this blog was born. When I launched, I really thought that my mother and mother-in-law would be the only readers. I’m so glad I was proven wrong. I have opened up about some really personal things here, and have had lots of just for fun posts too. I am grateful for each and every one of you for following along in this journey. It has blossomed into a true passion, and I can’t wait to see where it takes me in the New Year.
  2. Celebrating Julian’s first birthday. Of course, I knew his big day was coming, but it came faster than I could have ever imagined and it was more special than I can describe. Love you beyond measure baby Jules.
  3. Adopting our sweet rescue dog, Jet Pup when he was just 8 weeks old from the Kitsap Humane Society. Jeff and I are both such advocates for animal adoption, and Jet has been the perfect addition to our family. I love it when Jet Pup walks into Julain’s nursery with me to get him from naps. They are best buds!
  4. Finishing our home remodel (mostly)! I don’t talk about it much on the blog, but years ago we began an enormous project to remodel our home, which was once just a little Bainbridge Island barn. Like anyone who has been through a remodel will tell you, it takes all of your blood, sweat, tears and money. It has been a trying process, but one that I am so glad we took on. More than anything, I’m so glad it’s mostly done, and I’m so grateful we were able to spend our first Christmas in our new home.
  5. Our family trip to Hawaii! I feel so fortunate that we have family in Hawaii and are able to travel there for a sunny reprieve! Hawaii has so many special memories for us. Jeff and I took a trip there after we just barely starting dating (I know, I know!) and it was where we would later become engaged. This continues to be my most viewed post ever. Can’t imagine why 😉 You guys like swim suits I guess.

I would absolutely love to hear your top moments of the year! Let me know in the comments! And Happy New Year to all!

xx,

Heidi

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Glowing Skin for the New Year

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Perfect holiday glow and facial with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect holiday facial

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Getting the perfect skin and holiday glow with Blush by Brenna

Bright and glowing skin for the New Year by Blush by Brenna

I am so excited to be able to start my New Year off with a glowing complexion! We all know what the holidays means; lots of parties, lots of events, and lots of photos! Glowing, beautiful skin is always in style and there’s no better time than the New Year to show it off. That’s why I took the time to visit my go-to esthetician Brenna from Blush by Brenna in Poulsbo, WA. 

Pregnancy did a number on my skin. I had pregnancy induced melasma all on one side of my face, and none on the other. Needless to say, it used to make me incredibly self conscious. That would mean extra makeup to conceal and even out my skin. And while I like to wear makeup, I don’t like wearing a lot of makeup. So then I’d end up feeling self conscious about how much makeup I was wearing! My skin would get congested, and I’d end up wearing even more makeup! Enter Brenna.

Her “Perfect Facial” felt more glorious than a massage. We started off with a kiwi cream cleanse, then sloughed off dull, dead skin with a cranberry gomage. Her 30% glycolic peel and pumpkin peel works overtime to get you that beautiful, glowing skin. She even provides the most relaxing and hydrating hand and feet massages! Seriously, when is the last time you had a foot massage? It’s incredible. Alright, next came the not so pleasant part; extractions. Like I mentioned above, my skin was super congested! Brenna worked all of that congestion out, and then massaged wine oil into my skin for an anti-aging benefit. If I could bath in that stuff, I would. We topped off the facial with this incredible treatment called Thermo-Lo that gets rid of hyperpigmentation from my pregnancy induced melasma.

I love feeling comfortable and confident while bare faced. But lets be honest, that isn’t so simple as we get older! Sometimes we need just a little help from our local, friendly esthetician. I am feeling super vulnerable right now for posting a makeup free/filter free/unedited selfie on the internet (where nothing ever dies) but I couldn’t resist showing you all the amazing benefits of these treatments. Sure I still have little problem areas, I am human! But my skin has been radiant and oh so soft ever since my visit to Blush by Brenna. Check her out and get your New Years glow on!

xx,

Heidi

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Christmas Card 2016

A very Pacific Northwest Christmas Card for 2016!

Wanted to pop in to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, and to share with you this year’s Christmas card! I posted all of our Christmas photos in early December, but this was the winning photo that made our card! I know I’ve said it before, but this is my absolute favorite holiday. I hope you are cozy by a fire, drinking eggnog and feeling the warmth of the holiday. A very Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Photography by Whitney Coudray Photography

Card from Minted

 

Earrings: Slate &Willow through RTR, similar here // Skirt: Slate & Willow, similar here and here// Shirt: Gap, similar here

Jeff: Jacket: Filson // Shirt: Pendleton, similar here // Pants: Levis, similar 

Julian: Sweater: Gymboree, similar here and here // Flannel: Baby Gap // Pants: Tea Collection // Shoes: Barna and Co

xx,

Heidi

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