Hi ladies..I wonder if you all could help direct me to someone I've been looking for..her screen name is/was KLN777 and I met her when I found out I was expecting last October...we had similar DD and picked up a conversation but I unfortunately m/c on Hallowe'en and haven't been around since... I've been thinking of her lately and wondering how she is and how the pregnancy is going for her... Does anyone know her or where I could contact her?View Thread
Hey Christina how are you?? Happy to see the pregnancy is going good...sorry for the losses but congrats that this bean was the sticky one after all... Thanks for the pics, quite enjoyed them.. On my side I just went through another chemical pregnancy...waiting now for results on how far along I was... I think my fiancee and I are going to take a break from all this... its been very trying this year and now we'd like nothing more than to prepare for xmas... Again congrats and give me an update once in awhile... I also think you're having a boy based on HB..anything under 155 is usualy a boy Old wives tale or not it worked everytime for me...View Thread
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