Well to get started I am a mother to three beautiful children. They are Ry who is 3, Zavy who is 2 and Baby H who is 1. Mostly this will be my experiences with three young children so close in age. To get started I just turned 24 this month. Ry will be four in March. Zavy will be three in January. And Baby H will be two in Febuary. 

Right now I am a single mom that has two of them living with me *Ry and Baby H*. Their father has not seen them for over a year and never seen a dime from him. Zavy right now lives with his dad. I see him every other Sunday right now *trying to change that to get him to come live with me* I am currently going to school part-time to get my degree and working two part-time jobs. I have an interview tomorrow as a hostess though and hopefully will offer more hours then one of my jobs. *I am on call at one job and well he hasn't needed any help for a week now*

So from this point on will be the adventures of my little family <3

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Comment by Frances Beldia on December 14, 2011 at 9:29pm

Good luck on you adventures Veronica! Do write about them because I'd love to read them. I hope you knock on  http://cure4mondays.blogspot.com/ and hear my thoughts too!

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