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Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Mon Oct 18, 2004 03:08 pm
by tinalowe
Hiya mayas mom,

Welcome and congrats on the new pregnancy!!

Tina 23
DH Dereck 26

Emma Victoria stillborn 12-28-03 severe pre-e
ttc#2


Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 07:47 am
by iansmom
Hey! I sent you email too. Welcome - we hope to get things going soon. I am in Pensacola, anytime you are headed this way, let me know and maybe we can get together.

Ian 12/26/01 - 26 weeks P/E & HELLP
Drew 6/22/04 - 36w 6d Chronic hypertension & IUGR

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 02:44 pm
by lgw
Hey Mayasmom,
I emailed you. Welcome and congrats on your current pg.

lgw
pe & hellp-21wks
11.18.03


Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 01:02 pm
by mayasmom
Hi,

I live in Mobile and I am new to the board. I am interested in learning more about your chapter. What do I need to do to join?



Wendy (31)
Maya, 2/11/00, severe pre-e at 32 1/2 weeks
Lil' Angel, 5/19/04, miscarriage at 9 1/2 weeks
Bun in the oven, due 3/2/05

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 08:03 pm
by arj
Suzanne,
Yes, it is a very small world. Do you remember what squadron your dad instructed? I was in HT-18. You'll have to ask him if that rings a bell... Those nutty Marines-they are a rare breed!!(I'm married to one.) Take care!!

Allison (29)
DS-Evan, 7/19/2003. Mild PE at 40 weeks

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 04:16 pm
by hannahsmom
Jackie - I registered with the Pre-e Foundation today, so hopefully I will show up in the registry. I also called FEMA right after the storm and I had to file unemployment, and once I'm rejected for unemployment, it will be sent to FEMA, then I will have to fill out more paperwork. So it will take a while, but hopefully Josh and I will get some money back.

Allison - my dad is a retired Marine and he used to be a helicopter flight instructor at Whiting Field! It's a small world!

Suzanne
Mommy to Miss Hannah Rose
26.5 weeker born 8/24/01
severe pre-e & IUGR
1 pound, 1 ounce
12 inches
Miracles do happen!

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 09:09 am
by iansmom
Hey, glad to hear from you Suzanne - I sent you email a minute ago. By the way Register with FEMA - NOW. 1800621FEMA. Especially since you lost hours/pay.

Yes, the Florabama is gone. On my way home last week, I heard an interview with one of the last patrons. He sounded so proud to have been served one of the last drinks! The epitome of the beach life!

Ian 12/26/01 - 26 weeks P/E & HELLP
Drew 6/22/04 - 36w 6d Chronic hypertension & IUGR

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2004 07:42 pm
by arj
Suzanne,
I'm in the military and I did my helicopter training in Milton, at NAS Whiting Field. Now I'm in San Diego. I can't say that I was sorry to leave Milton, but Pensacola was nice, and I'm so sorry to hear about how much destruction has happened. I hope that the Melting Pot is still intact!!!

Allison (29)
DS-Evan, 7/19/2003. Mild PE at 40 weeks

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2004 05:03 pm
by hannahsmom
Allison - where do you live now? Why on earth did you want to move out of Milton? [:D]

Suzanne
Mommy to Miss Hannah Rose
26.5 weeker born 8/24/01
severe pre-e & IUGR
1 pound, 1 ounce
12 inches
Miracles do happen!

Re : Looking for Bama Ladies

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2004 04:58 pm
by hannahsmom
Allison - how did you know I was talking about Gulf Breeze - lol!! Leslie, my parents live in Pace and still don't have power either. I'm so sorry you're still in the dark. During Hurricane Erin my parents were the last ones without power and finally a Gulf Power guy told them that their box was damaged in the storm and it had to be repaired by an electrician before their power could be restored - we were without power about 2 weeks! Their box was not messed up this time, but once again they will be the last ones to get power - I guess they are considered living in the "country."

Suzanne
Mommy to Miss Hannah Rose
26.5 weeker born 8/24/01
severe pre-e & IUGR
1 pound, 1 ounce
12 inches
Miracles do happen!