I have joined to get as much information as I can before we switch from what was WTT a few months ago, now NTNP, and hopefully soon TTC. My husband and I will celebrate our year's wedding anniversary next month, we have been together for 2.5 years and were friends for the 4 years prior. I'm in my 20's and DH is in his early 30's. I'm from New England, US and he is from Virginia - we now live in the third largest city in Tennessee.
As you can see from my name, future baby will be growing up around several species of animals, we are huge animal lovers! Our current children are our 4 dogs, 2 of our own boys and 2 foster dogs, but we also have a cat and small animals. I'd love to hear from other mom-to-be or current mom pet owners
Both of us want a boy, but would be delighted to have a healthy girl!
Seems I can't edit, but I wanted to add that I was on depo provera for two years, and decided to "get clean" and get that crap out of my body in November, 2009. I am hoping it doesn't affect our chances, but I understand I may still not be able to conceive yet, but my periods are now regular.
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