I had this my first period after having DD. It was terrible. And last November (2010) I had just come off BCP and also had it. I thought I was going to have to go to the ER I bled so much and felt like I was going to pass out. The last few months now have been ok since the post pregnancy one. If it happens again next month for you, I would go to the doctor. Good luck!View Thread
Barry Manilow is going to be in Green Bay in a few months and DH doesn't want to go with me. It's an hour and 15 min away from us, but he said he draws the line at Barry Manilow Wanna come!?View Thread
I registered Ashton for Kindergarten yesterday as well. I am excited, although the time did go too fast, but I really love it now that he is older and able to do fun things. Can't wait til DD is this age and we can start doing family trips again!View Thread
Carrie(33), DH (37), DS(4 on 6/13/11), DD(9/14/11)
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