About Me: Female, 34, Phoenix, AZ, member since Aug 2008
I am a 31 year old mother to two wonderful kids.... Noah who is 2 1/2 and Justice who is 12 years old! Talk about age gap! I am now expecting my 3rd! I love chatting with the ladies on Medhelp...every one on here has been so helpful! I have been married to my hubby for
[More] 3 years now and enjoy spending time with my family!
awww, thanks! i'm good. heard the baby's heartbeat yesterday -- so cool!!! largely i am getting better and better. have whole bunches of good days now with the occasional off day, so all in all i am pretty happy! won't try to wean off the diclectin for another month or so though, just in case. how are you hun???
having a better day today -- thank god! it was really rough again for a few days there!!! having some cramping today though, which i know is completely normal but still stresses me out. how are you? finding the msickness is abating a bit as you progress? congrats on entering your second trimester, btw!!!
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