I have a 16 year old son who lives with his grandma now since she buys him everything and a 3 year old almost 4 year old daughter who loves baby's but something tells me I am going to need a guard just to keep her from picking it up all the time. I know I can be a mom I have just never done the early years alone with a baby and I have to have a c section again and recovering from that and taking care of a newborn really scares me but I am going to do it.View Thread
So excited to find this group I am due June 13 2013 with my 3rd baby. My husband and I are separated at the moment and we had a brief moment in September where we thought we might try again and we made a miracle. I love babies so I am not sad about the baby but scared to do this alone hopefully I can find a friend to help me a little in this group.View Thread
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