About Me: Female, 28, woodstock, VA, member since Mar 2013
My name is Georgia, I am 20 years old. I have a daughter that was born May 16, 2012. She was 6lbs. 9oz. 19 in. long. She was born at 36 weeks. She was a planned pregnancy. I got married in February 2013, I met my husband online (myyearbook.com). we soon met up and decid
[More]ed to be together. We lived 5 hours away from one another the first month of our relationship. I was 17 he was 19. Things have been rough between us and sometimes it's hard. The month after we got married I found out I was pregnant with baby #2! It was a surprise, but a blessing from God. Our baby boy Alejandro is due November 26, 2013.
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Super tired and a little crampy.... blah
"I woke up with contractions and some bloody discharge (brownish pink) thought they were BH so i sent my husband out the door to work and told him to keep his phone on today in case. I laid back down with my 1 1/2 year old Sophie. A contr..."
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