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"all clear" for David!!!
mol13 posted:
David's chest x-ray and ultrasound for his oncology followup were all clear!!! No evidence of disease!!
leftcoastgirl responded:
Me (34), DH (34), DD (2)
bella0715 responded:
Wonderful news!
attleysmom responded:
Woo hoo!! That is great news!
Me - 36, DH - 40 , DD - 2 (04/08), DS - 5 months (02/10)
LittleTandMe responded:
That's so great!
Me, DS Tristan, almost 3.
im4shoes77 replied to LittleTandMe's response:
That is incredible news Molly
Heather (32) DH (36) DS (3) we have made through the terrible 2's but 3 isn't looking so hot!
tiff93722 responded:
Awesome news Molly! Yay for David!
SAHM2myGirl responded:
Yay! Yay! YAY!!!! I'm so happy for you guys!!
megmoo78 responded:
Awesome news!
Megan, DH,1DD 2DSs
steph23513 responded:
Molly, that is FANTASTIC news!!! WTG, David! Such a fighter!!
TanyaJP replied to steph23513's response:
that's such great news!
Tanya (36), DH (36), DS (Eric-2), DSD (Cera-11) and DSS (Trent-13). Baby 2 on the way (Max-EDD 9/28/10). 4 angels in heaven with my daddy RIP.
jlc78 responded:
That's awesome news Molly!

So when's Disney?!
Me (31) DH (33) and our 2 beautiful babes DS (6/07) and DD (9/08)
ariannasmommy1125 responded:
Awesome news!
Amy 30 DH 28 Arianna born 3/5/08. TTC 2 with PCOS.
VicsEandJ responded:
Great news!
Me (41), DH, DS (3), DD (1 1/2)
Momma2Ethan responded:
Awesome news!!! Yay David!!!
Me(27) DH(27) DS (2) 8.19.08

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