About Me: Female, 30, South Saint Paul, MN, member since Dec 2010
I am 26 and have two amazing children already! My husband and I have been together for 7 years and married for 5! I have a 3 year old little boy named Benjamin and a 4 year old little girl named Hannah :) Was just blessed with another little miracle, Adalyn Grace was
[More] born 12/3/11. She is perfect! It was a very long road trying to conceive this little miracle and I was thankful for clomid and also all the support from the ladies on MH!
I'm so sorry that your lil' one had RSV. My son had it when he was one and had to be in ICU for a week and on a ventilator, but to have such a young one stricken with it so badly is heartbreaking. I'm glad she's doing better. How are you doing?
Just a quick note to say hi! Sorry to hear about your baby! I just had my lil Payton at th er yeaterday and was told she has rsv as well. Poor thing cant breath well and is down to only eating 2 oz if im lucky each feed. How are you doing?
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