YAY! So happy for you! Can't wait to read the long version Hope everything is going smoothly for ya!
Becky (30) DH (37) BFP April '10; It's a girl! Juliet Christine is due Dec 27th 2010! Praying every day for my precious LO!
TRIGS 1 loss (Jackson, Aug 6th '09); story in profile.
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Congrats Jessica, and welcome baby Liam!! I added you to the new mommies list on the website Can't wait to read the full version later.
Julie (27) DF (34). One MC 5/10 at 7 wks. BFP 8/9/10! It's a boy!!! EDD 4/18/11
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