About Me: Female, 29, Perth, Australia, member since Oct 2008
I'm 20yrs old, i'm a vet nurse and engaged. I love nothing more than hanging out with friends and family and keeping busy. I do not like old fashion midwives that put me down because i'm young ( seems to be a common occurance) and think i wont be a good mum. I'm very ex
[More]cited about becoming a mum and look forward to sharing my life with the most precious gift.
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