About Me: Female, 30, Tallahassee, FL, member since Sep 2009
I have four kids (6, 4.5, 3, and 21m) and one on the way. I've been through all sorts of crazy labor experiences and I'm happy to help anyone if my experience is relevant to their situation. I'm also a lucky, card-holding member of the chronic kidney stone club, and pas
[More]s anywhere from 5-20 a year.
"I'm 12 weeks, 5 days - due November 1st. This is my fifth baby :). I'm 29 and live with my husband in Florida. Mostly just exhausted and no appetite. My other kids are 6, 4, 3, and 1 1/2 so exhausted isn't too abnormal for me, lol. "
"We had a mini van for years and it was a great car but I LOVE our expedition. Like I take that thing to the car wash once a week and get the oil changed every two months love it, lol.the mini van was great but I'll never go back. "
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