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hgreenwood7058 posted:
This board gets a little slow sometimes and I am curious how many people come over here. I don't as often as I should have but thought maybe we could see who all is around. My son carson who is a PAL Grad baby (pregnancy after loss graduate meaning I was able to successfully get pregnant and deliver a baby). Carson will be on on March 31st. This has gone by soo fast but have loved it! In the next 6-12 months will be looking at maybe trying for a sibling.
Allaya9 responded:
Hello! There used to be updates but this board has slowed way down missing all the ladies and updates. Yay, one year that's awesome! Lochlan is now 18 months old 34 inches 27 lbs, he's a big boy wearing 24 month clothes. Me and my husband tried for 3 yrs for him so he's our little miracle baby love him so much. He'll be an only child which is fine though sometimes I get baby fever not sure why lol.
Me(37) DH(38) Lochlan Sidney born 9/9/11
hgreenwood7058 replied to Allaya9's response:
Because babies are fun . I had 6 months m/c before I got pregnant with carson and I had also been told clear back when i was 14 that due to having pcos it could be very difficult to conceive if at all so I am very thankful for my little man. I hope at some point we are able to conceive again but if not I am thankful it has happened at least once. Carson was 30" and 22lb 11oz at an appointment to check his ears a few weeks ago. We had to buy new cars seats because the infant car seat has a max height of 30" and the one convertable one we had you can only rear face till 29" so it became kind of useless till you hit one. So new carseats. The one we chose goes from 4lb-70lb so atleast we know he will fit and we can rear face longer since the recommendation is now to rear face longer.I wish I had a seat like it haha. I can't believe my little man will be one on sunday (we are celebrating his birthday the day before because his birthday falls on easter this year).

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