About Me: Female, 30, boonedocks of , NC, member since Apr 2008
I have four children and have been married to my wonderful husband for 9 years we have been together almost 10. My first born son, Tanner is 8.5 he loves sports. My daughter, Kyleigh is 4 and she loves pageants and dancing. I currently have PCOS and have had it for se
[More]veral year. I had a possible molar pregnancy in April of 08 and a miscarriage in November 08 at 6 weeks. My baby Jacob Lukas was born on Sept 10, 2009 at 4:10 am he weighed only 2.8 oz and 6.5 inches long. I was 19 weeks along he passed away due to a true knot in his umbilical cord, rest in peace lil monkey. My baby Ashton Carter was born at 17 weeks on Feb 27, 2010 and 1:08 am and he weighed only 2 oz and was 6 inches long. He passed away due to natural/unknown causes, rest in peace lil long legs. They will be our special little angels from above. My children are my little gifts. I currently stay at home with my daughter. We love all of our children very much.
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