Hello ladies! I am lurking of course and was catching up on all you wonderful pregnant ladies's updates and then it came to me...that it's been a little while since we've heard from Michelle right? I scrolled through the last two months's worth of threads and found the last one she left us announcing that she was being induced but nothing since... I know she just delivered and being a new mom is time consuming but I would really like to hear from her and know how the labor went... Michelle: I hope to see you around here sooner than later...you were one of the ones that was there when I went through all my losses and I know that you went through your share of heartaches then too....I prayed for this pregnancy of yours so hard because I knew how dear it was that this one make it....it's like I'm the one who was expecting and so this LO had to stick, stick, stick...so now it's only normal that I'm curious to know more! I pray that everything went smoothly and that you are so surrounded by baby love that you simply forgot to come and share your story with us...I think of you almost daily and will keep lurking and hoping to see you here soon
Vicky 35 and Chris 33 His and hers family of 4 kids Mine-DD Emily 13..DS Kody 11 His-DD Rinoa 12 Ours-DS Maxim 4
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