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November 07, 2006

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Plain Jane Mom

I remember having the feeling in the back of my mind that google could tell me when I'd be a mother. I guess I had gotten so used to going to google for all my answers. It seemed cruel that I never was able to think of the right search term for that!

I wish you much luck during the painful 2ww.

Artblog

Oh dear, someone needs a hobby :) from my experience, for what its worth, if its gonna be its gonna be breathing or no breathing exercises.

What did work for me was to make a million plans and keep myself extremely busy, then i didnt think about it too much or when I did i was too busy to let it stress me out. Good luck, you're welcome to drop by and some time...

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