"I am so sorry to hear of your loss! I only had a m/c at 6 weeks, but I know exactly what you mean about stressing on every little twinge or pain. I did the same thing, I think i call the OB nurse every 2 weeks freaking out about somethin..."
Just a quick note to say hi! I am doing alright, 6 days away from the witch and hoping she does not show. I have been having some minor cramping, but nothing like af cramping, nips are really sore and sensitive so I am hopingl. I am not testing early, I am gonna wait until she is a couple of days late, this past month I really thought I was preggo but the stupid witch showed, so i am waiting till she is late.
Congratulations! Time for a celebration... congrats on having your little baby, I am still 6 days away from the expected witch and I am sure hoping she does not show this month. I thought the last couple of months I was preggo but the witch showed everytime. I am just hoping she does not show this month. I am so happy for you he is healthy and perfect.
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