About Me: Female, 39, Boston, MA, member since Sep 2008
I'm married to my childhood crush. My husband is a Sgt in the Army ntl guard and is a former Marine. We are happily married and have a wonderful family. WE have faced many challenges and there is nothing we can't endure together. My last m/c in 9/08 is what brought me o
[More]n this website, and I'm eternally grateful for all the people who helped me through my grief!
You deserve a big bear hug! Must be really stressful fo you ATM especially now with the pregnancy as well. I do hope that everything will be fine with Jeremy, your husband and this pregnancy. I do remember he had a vasectomy so I was suprised. I do hope things get better, and the stress doesn't help with the pregnancy, I hope baby stays in there. Speech therapy is v. imp for Jeremy, in no time he will make improvements. Big hugs from Germany xoxoxo
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