About Me: Female, 27, Clarksville, TN, member since Nov 2013
I am 25 , I have a little boy and now pregnant with our second (a girl). We are super excited. With my first I had complications with my cervix and blood pressure, so I am considered a high risk. Thankfully this go around has been much smoother. I believe we are done
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"My daughter is a Lil over 2 weeks I time her for every two hours if not she sleeps. She falls asleep instantly as well. So I start feeding then when she falls asleep I change her she wakes I start feeding, when she falls asleep I lay her..."
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