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Freaking Out

I'm sure I'll have more to report later, but for now I thought you would want to know that Megan is PREGNANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Oh, and for the record, I'm not the one freaking out..Meg is! lol, she has called our closest friends screaming (and I'm pretty sure has woken up all of the neighbors!)


  1. I knew it!! Something told me to check your blog this morning!! Yay! I'm so excited for you!!! Congratulations! We need more updates like-NOW!! Lol

  2. Congrats!!!! So happy for you both!

  3. That's awesome!!!!! Congrats!!!! We are 3 weeks apart!!!


  4. ive been thinking you guys all damn day! IM SO FREAKING EXCITED Like BEYOND FREAKING EXCITED.. three cheers for three!

  5. Yay, tommalie!!! Thanks for the good luck (must've worked) :-D

    lol, love you Trish! You're going to make an awesome aunt!

  6. Congratulations Jen and Meg! You both so deserve this!

  7. Thanks B and One Hopefully Preggo Lesbo...oh, and I posted updates for you!!! (sorry it took me so long!)

  8. Hi Jen and Meg! I told my partner Elaine "Just found out our on-line friends Jen & Meg are pregnant." She said "Mignon, you don't really know them." I know but it feels like you're our new 'couple friends." Yay for you both! Such exciting news. Meg, I am afraid to test and am going to wait until tomorrow (Day 12). I look forward to hearing about your Preggo Adventure!

  9. HAHA! mrm, that's hilarious!!! We're so happy that you think of us as your new couple friends!!! I feel like I've made so many friends on is support! I wouldn't have made it through these last 3 months without my 'friends'

    Crossing my fingers for you girls...let me know how you make out!!!


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