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Hello from KY
Hello. My name is Kristin. I'm a young mom (20 years old) of twin boys. They are absolutely the apple of my eye lol. They were born premature at 24 weeks gestation and Kayden is home with us, but his brother, Jayden, is still in the hospital in the NICU. He has had multiple surgeries and other miscellaneous problems while in the NICU, but he is a fighter and will no doubt be perfectly fine in this ole world. I have a 10 year old black TWH mare named Cassie and she is absolutely the only horse in the world that I know that can take a fall on blacktop road, get back up and carry her rider home and still have enough spunk to go running across the pasture when she gets her turnout. I have mainly ridden gaited horses my whole life, but I have ridden a few quarter horses, half arabs, and saddlebreds. I have ridden padded TWH show horses and they most definitely are NOT the horrid creatures that the anti-pad people make them out to be. (Not said to get an argument started) I'm here to both learn and to offer some of my advice based on my experiences if I can. I am engaged to a wonderful man, due to be married on October 20th, 2012. We have been together for a while now and we love each other and that's all that matters IMO. So, I hope that you guys can pray for my baby Jayden to be okay and come home off oxygen soon and if you need anyone to talk to, I'm here to listen and offer advice if I can. Have a blessed day/night and I hope to make some new friends.
Welcome, Kristin! Congrats on twins (I know its not very common)! I wish you to have your other baby home very soon too.
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