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Preparing for Baby
I just found out a few weeks ago that I was pregnant. I'm really excited about it. I guess I should introduce myself a little bit first. I'm 19, and a college student. I'll be graduating a little less than a year after this little bundle will be born and I don't think I could be happier about it.
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So I have a long medical history when it comes to my girly parts. I have two kids now and have been told by many doctors that I cant have anymore. Well the other day I didnt get a period. Weird I know I didnt think anything of it. A few days go by and I realize that I still am missing my little friend. I go and take a at home test and it pops up positive!!!
So I will throw out the question to everyone in cyberspace: Am I being overly selfish when I say that I dont want ANYONE at the hospital before, during or after delivery except the baby's father?
my name is amanda rose briel i am first time to be mom at the age off 22 and i just wanted everyone to know im having a little girl and her name is jaden rose and she has been a blessing since the first day i concieved her i concieved her the wrong way that dont matter now cuz im 5 months and almost 3 weeks about to go into labor in 3 months everytime i feel her kick i want her to come out of ther
hello, I need some advise.