About Me: Female, 26, Chattanooga, TN, member since Apr 2009
My name is Danielle, Nicole is my middle name. I'm happily married to a wonderful man. We have a daughter who was born in December of 2010. I was diagnosed with PCOS in 2009. I went through a miscarriage in September of 2009, and it was one of the hardest things that we
[More] had to face. After fourteen months of ttc and one miscarriage, we were able to conceive Lexi with the help of one cycle of clomid. She is such a blessing.
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Ear, Nose, Throat
Had surgery yesterday and I'm so sore and sleepy.
Today, 11-17-13, is World Prematurity Day! Don't forget to wear purple today in honor of all of the babies who were born too soon. My preemie is nearly 11 months old.
So saddened to hear about my MH friend passing away. Martikadragoon was a kind and loving person I'm glad to have gotten to know her. I talked to her just the other day and I just can't believe she's gone.
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