Hi i'm Cyanne and i'm new to this site. I'm a mother of 5 lovely children and i'm trying for a 6th. I got married at 20 to my high school sweet heart John. We got married mostly because i was pregnant. we got married even though our parents didn't agree and welcomed twins into the world, Julian and Summer. Everything was perfect but we grew apart and after 5 years of marriage we divorced. a year later i was engaged to Mark. a month before the wedding i found out i was pregnant. soon after we wed i had a little girl Milly. we had our hands full but we wanted more kids. Mark worked full time and i stayed at home with the kids. but when Milly was 4 i got pregnant. When i had Jack i realized i wanted a big family. When Jack was 3 i had Rowan. now 2 years later Julian and Summer are 15, Milly is 9, Jack is 5 and Rowan is 2. For the past year i have been trying to have baby number 6 but have had no luck. It'll happen when it should. my ex husband john and i are good friends now, even though it wasn't that way during the divorce. he's remarried now and has a 6 year old son Jordan. were all close and i love my family.

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