Just a quick note to say hi! I was reading a post you wrote back in 2008 about if you could get pregnant and your boyfriend was smoking weed I wanna know how that turned out for you because I'm kinda in the same boat
I just came across your posts and was wondering how you were doing? I'm very sorry about your miscarriage and hope that you feel better (emotionally) soon. Regarding your boyfriend, I was wondering how things were going with him. The obvious advice that I can give (like everyone else that responded to you) would be to reconsider having another baby just yet. You first need to either make things right or end things with your boyfriend. That way you will offer the best father you can to your child. If you end up breaking up, one day, for sure, you will find someone else to make beautiful babies with. There should be no rush. Time flies by anyway. People a lot of times don't change. But you can change your life. How are you doing now, better? I hope so.
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