I am currently 28 years old, happily married to my military man I have been married to him for 7 years and counting! We have 3 daughters and a baby on the way I am due October 23rd 2012. My 7 year old has aspergers syndrome so I am ALWAYS on my toes, but I love it she
[More] keeps me busy! I am a recovering addict, I started taking Vicodin 4 years ago for migraines and became addicted to them along with "perks" and methadone. I thankfully quit 2 months ago and counting, Thank Goodness for my husband he helped me get help and quit, I had never took anything with my daughters other than prenatal pills I feel guilty that I was on so many medications that could potentially hurt my unborn child...I will update this when I have the tests done for my baby in June and let people know how our baby is doing. I am keeping my fingers crossed that our baby is okay and very healthy. I guess that sums it up for me._
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