About Me: Female, 30, Youngstown, OH, member since Apr 2006
My name is Nicole. I was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. I am a first time mother. My son, Baylor, was born January 24, 2007. He is absolutely the love of my life. I have been married for a little over 4 years. My DH Phil and I have been together for 7 years in tot
[More]al. I am going back to school this fall to finish with my RN. Only 1 more year left! I have been a member of MedHelp sinse my m/c in March '06.
Interests: I am interested in anything having to do with children. Especially the mother/child forum. This is where I got my start on MedHelp.
Hello! So good to hear from you! I actually don't get on here much anymore, unless I get a note or message from someone. I am going on my 2nd month of NOT ttc and am so glad I decided to take a break. I feel much less stressed and am just enjoying life for awhile. How is everything going for you? I'll bet Baylor is growing like crazy!
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