About Me: Female, 46, San Diego , CA, member since Apr 2012
I am 40 years old with 2 teenage daughters ages 14 and 12. I have recently found out that I am pregnant. I also had a liver transplant in April 2002. I am disabled due to issues resulting from the liver transplant. I am excited and concerned about having another chi
[More]ld, but I know that God is with us at all times.
"Definitely involve your daughter. I have 2 daughters, 12 & 14, and they are so excited. They chose the baby's name already, amongst other things. I'm sure that your little one will be the same way, just give her a chance. Good luck"
"Congratulations!!! I am also worried about the negative comments. I haven't told my family yet, either. Except for my daughters, (14 & 12). I am telling them this week, however. Even if I do get negative feedback, I know that I am very b..."
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