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Comment by Lisa Cash Hanson on December 22, 2011 at 5:17pm

Actually no, you'd be surprised how many people share their life story with me :) My friends tell me they've never seen anything like it. But I love to hear how people have overcome in life and you are definitely doing that :))

I'm sorry to hear you had to quit I know it's the most affordable option ( breastfeeding)  As far as jaundice you may have gotten some bad advice Matilda was orange like a carrot LOL but I laid her in her room with a little sunlight and it went away so you probably would have been fine, but that's ok one:) 

I'll believe with you for a job :)  But how wonderful you were able to stay with your baby. That's really the greatest job in the world.

My mom gave birth to me, not married and he ran away so that was pretty awful.  She was only 19 years old.

So don't worry about people looking down on you I don't think there is a person on the planet who has done it all "right".  We all need hope and healing.

Comment by Michelle Dirickson on December 22, 2011 at 5:08pm

i had to quit nursing when he was 2 weeks old cause of jaundas.... i didnt want my baby one formula but he never latched back on. could afford a pump at that time so i got it free from WIC.

i dont workout i just chase after my lil man 24/7im not fat or anything just the lil rim around my tummy.


 im not married and i have a child. some ppl frown down on me for it but if it wasnt for who i was i would never have met the love of my life. he is the cutest thing. a heart breaker i have been told, but i guess every mom brags about there children huh lol.


i am 22 years old and i think i have done pretty good for myself. my son has never been in a daycare, i have taken care of him and he is the smartest lil thing.


 i havent worked in almost two years.... i am forgetting what the word job means. but today i got a call for an interview and i am so excited. hopefully i get it and i can give my son everything he needs....


sorry i am rambling, your probably like why is this complete stranger telling me her life story lol

Comment by Lisa Cash Hanson on December 22, 2011 at 1:46pm

LOL no I don't mind at all :)) She is 8 1/2 months she'll be Nine months  January 1. My secret is black and white photography :))

No I"m joking.  Actually I don't have a scale we need to get one but to be honest I think I have another 10lbs before I"m at my pre-pregnancy weight. 

But I tried to walk every morning ( pushing Matilda in her stroller)  we have a slight incline around the corner so it was up hill on one side and I'd do that 3-4 times around maybe 20-30 minutes or so.

Then I'd come home and use rubber bands to lift ( they are those bands with the handles)

And that's about it.  I've been slacking though due to the winter time and really need to get back.  Plus I'm still nursing and they say that really helps get the weight off so maybe that is a big part of it also I'm not sure.

Comment by Michelle Dirickson on December 22, 2011 at 1:21pm

yeah, i know what you mean. I dont have a husband, just a boyfriend. but same here.... how old is she? if you dont mind me asking....she looks adorable.... and you look like your in great shape for having a baby.... i am back down to my pre-pregnancy weight but i dont look like you lol.... whats your secret???? (again if you dont mind me asking)

Comment by Lisa Cash Hanson on December 22, 2011 at 1:07pm

Thank You Michelle!  She is truly the love of my life:))) Next to my husband of course LOL

Comment by Michelle Dirickson on December 22, 2011 at 12:58pm

i love this picture.... gorgeous!


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