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Soon to be Navy Wife

Just want to introduce myself....  My Hubby will be an officer in the Navy soon.  He begins training in March.  We will be stationed in Bethesda MD and working at the Naval Medical Center.  We will be moving there in June.  I have a 7 week old son and a 13 y/o stepdaughter.  I am looking forward to the adventure and am a bit nervous. 
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Re: Soon to be Navy Wife

  • Welcome to the Navy Family!
  • Welcome to the board although everyone knows the army is where the top dogs play lol. No but seriously welcome and congrats on your DH new position.
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  • Welcome to the Navy life!  :o)  It can be a bit crazy sometimes but I really enjoy it.  Good luck to your husband at ODS!  

    TTC since Jan 2011

    Proud Navy Wife

  • welcome! what does your husband do in the medical community?

    Married 11/27/09 and TTC right away
    Dx: Complete septate uterus with cervical duplication, endometrial polyps, PCOS, endometriosis, hypo thyroid, luteal phase defect
    4 uterus surgeries to correct my complete septum and to remove polyps and 2 years of seeing the RE, medicated cycles and IUIs
    Baby 1 and 2: BFP 3/3/11 with 2 babies EDD 11/1/11, M/C 4/6/11
    Baby #3: 8/11 pregnant EDD 4/27/11 and m/c:(
    Baby #4: 10/12/11 BFP! EDD 6/16/12m/c 10/26/11
    Baby #5: 3/13/12 BFP! EDD 11/25/12 ANOTHER m/c :(

    Baby #6: 2/14/13- BFP! EDD 10/24/13, CP 2/19/13
    Baby #7: 3/15/13- BFP! EDD 11/27/13, another CP
    Baby #8.  BFP 5/19/13 EDD 1/22/14. 8 was not our lucky number

    4th septum resection on 5/31/13.
    Baby #9: 6/29/13 BFP. C section scheduled for March 5th!

    My miracle baby was born March 5 at 9:33am. He was 8 lbs 12.5 oz and 21.25 inches long!


  • Welcome! I will soon be a Navy wife too! 
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