Thank you for the note. "lol" is right... haha I am so glad she is here and the pregnancy is over. I was thankful to be pregnant, but that didn't stop it from hurting near the end, and I'm definatly glad Grace is here. :) Hope you are doing well! TTYL sister.
I'm feeling ok. Pretty tired. Man I miss sleeping normal hours. Trying to deal with this nasty nausea. Come to think of it... ppl reading this will think I'm having pregnancy symptoms!!! lol I wish that was the reason. I saw my doctor yesterday. He gave me these new pills that I have to take 30 minutes b4 I eat. Not like 1 in the morning, 1 at lunch and 1 at dinner.... 1 EVERYTIME I eat something. Kinda stupid cuz I don't plan when I eat lol We'll see how it goes.
You have 3 kids?!?! You lucky women. You must have your hands full but it's nice that you see them as a blessing. I can't tell you how many women I know that always complain about being mom's. It's very frustrating for us women who can't have any.
Well I hope you have a good day :)
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