About Me: Female, 28, sevierville, TN, member since Jul 2008
my page was definitely outdated a tad lol. i am married since 8/26/12 funny bc my conception date was 8/27/12 haha but i have a beautiful lil girl named madison rayne born on 4/27/09 and a little one on the way now due 5/20/12. ive been a part of medhelp for 4 years and
[More] love it. i had twins at 21 and a half weeks on 3/20/08, 3 days b4 my bday that was a tough year. ive had multiple pregnancy complications everything from, mid term loss, multiple miscarriages, ectopic, and had one d&c. but my God is good and has blessed me with an amazing family. also a college student
Thank you for everything! yeah we found out a few wks ago and so far so good keeping all hopes up and praying for a easy going pregnancy unlike last time im really hopeing i con keep things going well im just going through alot since my mama died and now im pregnant so im trying to stay positive about it all
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