Hi Girls!! Not sure who will remember me, I try to check in every so often. I was on here starting in 2006 and had 3 losses before my DD was born in 8/08. I had my DS in 11/10. I look at my babies and feel so blessed. Not a day goes by that I don't think of my Angels in Heaven and I know they are here with us. I never would have made it without this board....such amazing women here to support you through each milestone.
Anywhoo....I just wanted to drop in say hello and send lots of calming vibes for a H&H 9 months.
Love to you all!!!! xoxo
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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