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thinkpink9 posted:
I am pregnant with my 2nd baby! DD is 4 years old, so its been awhile since I have been on here. I unfortunately had eclampsia with DD. Had seizures at 36 weeks and had an emergency c-section. I have no memory of having my daughter. Just woke up in the hospital and thought I had lost my baby. But she was perfectly healthy! I am so beyond scared for this pregnancy. I had no plans to have another one. But were very excited and praying for the best. I am having horrible morning sickness even worse then last time. I go in on the 5th for an early ultrasound to confirm how far along I am. Right now it looks like February 6th.
Lacey (Me 25) DH(30) DD(3)
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mommyin2011 responded:
CONGRATS! I hope this pregnancy is less eventful then the last! My preg. with #3. I have a 11month old DD and a 23 month old DS (they are 11.5 months apart DD 7/18/12 and DS 7/31/11).

Im due 7/3/14. we are pretty close together in due dates!

I had morning sickness as well, but it seem to have pasted already
Me (31) DH (32) - DS 7/31/11 - DD 7/18/12 - BFP 3rd baby due 2/3/14
 
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thinkpink9 replied to mommyin2011's response:
Thank you. Were very excited. I couldn't imagine having 3.... Wow. Twos scary enough.lol
Lacey (Me 26) DH(31) DD(4)


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