Hi Ladies!! I am grad x2 from this wonderful board!! My DD is almost 3.5 and my DS is 14 months. I think of this board often becuase it got me through some really rough times... I have 3 angels in heaven watching over us....
I wanted to drop in and say hello and send send tons of love to you all!!!!
Melissa (36) DH (39) We have three angels in Heaven- 9/06, 1/07, 9/07. We have one beautiful daughter who is 2yo and a son who is 8 weeks.
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