I have an amazing 4 year old son and an amazing 17 month old daughter who was concieved by IUI. I have had 2 MC that we know of. My husband has been very supportive of the challenges we face though he doesn't really understand my need for having another baby. We have de
[More]cided to go ahead and try for a 3rd baby and I will be doing IUI this month. I love my dogs, horse, cats and hamster. I am a special ed teacher and love working with young children.
I have a wonderful 2 year old son and a great husband. I am a special education teacher and love what I do. I also am an animal lover, have 6 dogs (4 pugs and 2 queenslands), 2 cats, 1 hamster, 1 Guinea Pig and 1 horse.
I love most outside activities and just started my very first garden this year :)
Just a quick note to say hi!
hope so hun. im not sure re adoption its just on the cards but it may take us another 2-3 years to save the money.. who know... but one day at a time as my DH says. just been a long walk over the past 6 years.
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