Helllo ladies...Im planning to breastfeed..im 37 with implants.... anyone out there that has breastfed with??and any suggestions on which pump>> please. any help.. on car seats too.. i just left a VERY bad relationship that was all broken promises ..i have 2 mths until she's due.. and feel like i wasted soooo much time...trying to fix something .. that was unfixable.. now focusing on the little girl growoing inside me. and boy o boy is she acitve.. and ANY suggestions for the ugly blue vieny spots on my legs??? thank -- u all for ur thoughts.... and I absolutely LOVE being preganant.........View Thread
im a new member. just today joined.. im due 5/22/11 !!and IM on the pink team!!im 37 and I thought the "cut off " was 40 not 35.. found out when i got pregnant.. .. ur baby is due soon!! good luck.. I wish I could help u with the list , but im not so good with the computer. sorry... I work better with things that can talk back... Im a Massage Therapist.. well was. now I'll be full time mommmy.. . cant wait.. . whats DH mean by ur age?? see im kinda newish to the computer.. peace and warmth... NicholeView Thread
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