About Me: Female, 30, Dublin, Ireland, member since Dec 2010
Im 28 years old, ive been with my boyfriend since i was 16. We have 2 beautiful children together, Hannah 11 and Jack nearly 6 months. Ive had 5 mcs, 1 at 17 weeks (due to incompetient cerix). Currently pregnant with baby no 3 due March 2013 (hopefully if all goes well)
Just a quick note to say hi! How are you feeling these days? Ive been feeling great this last few weeks, although starting to get gradually more uncomfortable, and bump feeling a lot heavier these days, I'm hoping because its my second pregnancy that the 3rd trimester won't be as uncomfortable as my first pregnancy, fingers crossed! :)
Just a quick note to say hi! Iam doing as well as can be, I have been in the hospital since thursday. Looks like we will be here until baby comes. unfortunatly my cerclage is barely holding my cervix are open and I am on complete hospital bedrest in head down position. Hows things going with you and baby?
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