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Paul Wellman

Princess Poobah


Sawyer Tower Stewart’s parents have dubbed her the Milk Lord of Milpas Hill. “You can plan to do something,” said Big Daddy-O Ethan Stewart, “but if the Milk Lord must feed, then the Milk Lord must feed.” And her parents have learned she adores fireworks, which she delivered in full when she put her mom, Anna Jensen-Stewart, through nearly 48 hours of the roughest, toughest labor Cottage’s nurses had seen in a long time (which, as all mothers know, is saying something). Welcome to the world, little Sawyer!

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