Oh my thank you so much for telling me that...about the salycic acid(spell check lol)..maybe I will be investing in some marykay products..or maybe I should just stick it out..for 10 more wks and 4 days...I hope it doesn't get any worse!View Thread
I will most defintely let you know how the entrance test goes..I am so nervous...! I cant believe that his dad would be so insensitive and ask him to go to Maine..in the summer when he knows you are due in the summer...What the heck...is his problem....I dont mind you digressing..I am sure we all do it..I dont understand..I mean if I was the inlaws..I would be so freaking excited about becoming a grandmother or grandfather!..I guess this shows how different we all are as people...I wouldnt want my baby's dad folks in the delivery room either..I probably wont even let the baby's dad in there either...I know it would be great for your inlaws...to at least be supportive...and acknowleding like ya said...maybe they will come around...soon...lol I'm feeling like my family rocks too..during this whole pregnancy...! Too bad it cant rub off huhView Thread
Actually it was very helpful..I bought the Cetaphil..and it kind of made things worse...so maybe I will just have to let it run it's course...it sucks..i dont even know how to apply foundation..because i've never worn it before..(so embarrassed to say that)View Thread
Oh goodness! I am 29w 4 d and my face looks horrible. I am light-skinned so you can see all of the dark spots under my chin on the sides of my chin..on my forehead..just everywhere(there's even small bumps)..I have never had this problem before..well until I get pregnant..I have been trying to be positive about it but it's getting harder because my face seems to be getting worse(i'm losing my confidence)..day by day..I've been using the bella b foam for acne(for preg women) but it isnt working at all..it seems to be making things worse... any advice would be really really appreciated... i dont want to start wearing make-up to cover it up because it just might make matters worse...View Thread
Yes, my bf and I both have a job. I/we will be providing for the majority of the baby's care.(we are kind of not getting along that's why I say I/we) I do know that they will not be keeping her everyday..because they work almost everyday..and I wouldnt put that burden on his parents or my mother..she will be my responsibility... I do agree...about the finishing college thing..I moved back home 3 months after finding out I was preg...so that was the end of me going to that college(sort of since it is so far away from home)... I am going to be taking the entrance test for LPN monday so that I can commute...and my aunt will keep her until I get out of class...it will be very difficult and exhausting..but hey..anyhow back to the subject lol..IDK if I have enough guts to call them up and discuss...why they are suddenly avoiding me now that I am pregnant...I use to be so close to his mother..I mean painting her toe nails close..and now..i am just...lost... thanks for the response!View Thread
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