Hey there! I am so glad to see everything turned out fine in the end and you are enjoying your baby boy! I FINALLY got my BFP in February, and we are expecting our second son in October. I am almost 32 weeks! :) I hope we can stay in touch!
Wow..third trimester already...and we had such hopes for being pg together! HA! The dust didn't make it to me yet...:( I am glad to hear you are doing well. I had a drs appointment today and am looking into bloodwork and possibly clomid :( I am so glad you never had to deal with this stuff. Good luck to you in the next few months!
Thanks Leigh! Your a Sweetie! I'm glad you'll be busy for your EDD, it really helps. I just had the 1 yr anniversary of Salvatore's delivery on the 17th, it was very hard but I made it:) Well it won't be long now and your little one will be greeting the world! I'm so excited for you!!!! How have you been feeling??? Sending you a ((((((BIG HUG))))))
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