About Me: Female, 28, Omaha, NE, member since Jun 2012
My name is Destiny I'm 20 years old and married to Markus which is 21. We have been together since we were both 14! I first got pregnant around early Aug. of 2011 but that ended in a miscarriage on Halloween. I got pregnant again in May of 2012 and gave birth to our Bea
[More]utiful daughter Aubree Nevaeh on Feb. 4, 2013. I am now pregnant again and due March 21, 2014!! All we have ever wanted was a family together, and we are so happy to be starting one. I am also 100% for breastfeeding!!
Haven't been on in a long time. All is well with us! Aubree turned 3 in February, Alyvia turned 2 in March, and Aliyah turned 9 months old 3 days ago. We recently in March moved into our own place and we are LOVING it!!
"Everyone is different. And yes if you dont medically need it and you dont Want it let it be known. Its also not a good idea to go to Long after due date.. Such as going passed 42 weeks, thats when your placenta is at risk of dying and th..."
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