My name is Kellie Starr I am 25 years old no longer pregnant. I was due September 12, 2008. I gave birth to Damien on Sept 7, 2008 at 4 am he weighted 8 lbs and 4 oz and he was 21 inches long. This is my second pregnancy, my first one was an eptopic pregnancy in 2005. J
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"The guy I'm kind of seeing is Bipolar and had ADHD as a kid. His Mother family has a Bipolar history and his father is bipolar.
I'm pregnant and not Bipolar and not ADHD.
No one in my family is bipolar or ADHD.
Will my unborn baby b..."
"I just found out I'm pregnant and the dad is bipolar and just seriously acts crazy sometimes. He had a big drug problem he quit two years ago.
How will this affect my baby?
I do not do drugs or no bipolar on my side.
Will my ba..."
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