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United Kingdom Ramsgate, Kent  No.1347 [Reply]

testies


Finland kill yourself.....  No.1346 [Reply]

kctier


United States random american poster Minneapolis, Minnesota  No.1342 [Reply]

[WARNING: This is gonna be long. There's just no other way to tell the girls' story!]

November 2015

I am Gwen, wife to Scott, mom to Cal (age 17), Claire (age 14) & Lola (age 9). We also have two whippets named Romeo & Cash. Cash just so happens to be Lola's bestie! Search #CashandLola on Instagram for pics of these two (My handle is @gwennieh over there). We live in Kansas, U.S.A. Most people are curious about the girls, and I hope this post will help answer some of your questions.

Obviously since we had Cal first & he is typical, we were unaware that there was any genetic risks associated with having more children. We had a normal sonogram with Claire when I was 19 weeks pregnant. Everything was right on track, and they didn't schedule any further sonograms. She was born at term, and she weighed 6 lb. 12 oz. The first comment I made was, "You forget how tiny their little heads are!" Doctors were rushed into the delivery room to examine our baby girl, whose Apgar scores were 9 and 10. At one point, our OB-GYN said, "There are some problems with Claire…" and in true Gwen fashion, I said, "Well, we'll fix them!" He said, "I'm not sure you can…"

October 15, 2001 ~ Claire Elise

Our world spiraled out of control for the next few months as we searched for answers. After many misdiagnoses, much drama, and fear/worry out the yin-yang, we finally got some real answers about what was going on. Claire was diagnosed with MSG (Microcephaly with Simplified Gyral Patterns) by Dr. William Dobyns. He said she also had spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment). He basically told us he felt that her condition was likely genetic with a 25% chance for recurrence. He said he would help us find the gene(s) responsible so we could go on & have "healthy babies." He drew blood from Scott, Claire & me, and he told us that we'd need to start her on medicines to control her high tone/spasticity, reflux, and seizures. He said it would be a guessing game until we found the right combination, but that if we did EVERYTHING he said, Claire would likely not live to be one year old. He said she had FTT (Failure to Thrive), and her body was wasting away. He urged us to sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) so when she fell ill (likely with pneumonia, which she would eventually die from), we wouldn't be too emotionally involved to let her go.

We decided these were shittPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

United States random american poster Minneapolis, Minnesota  No.1343 

[WARNING: This is gonna be long. There's just no other way to tell the girls' story!]

November 2015

I am Gwen, wife to Scott, mom to Cal (age 17), Claire (age 14) & Lola (age 9). We also have two whippets named Romeo & Cash. Cash just so happens to be Lola's bestie! Search #CashandLola on Instagram for pics of these two (My handle is @gwennieh over there). We live in Kansas, U.S.A. Most people are curious about the girls, and I hope this post will help answer some of your questions.

Obviously since we had Cal first & he is typical, we were unaware that there was any genetic risks associated with having more children. We had a normal sonogram with Claire when I was 19 weeks pregnant. Everything was right on track, and they didn't schedule any further sonograms. She was born at term, and she weighed 6 lb. 12 oz. The first comment I made was, "You forget how tiny their little heads are!" Doctors were rushed into the delivery room to examine our baby girl, whose Apgar scores were 9 and 10. At one point, our OB-GYN said, "There are some problems with Claire…" and in true Gwen fashion, I said, "Well, we'll fix them!" He said, "I'm not sure you can…"

October 15, 2001 ~ Claire Elise

Our world spiraled out of control for the next few months as we searched for answers. After many misdiagnoses, much drama, and fear/worry out the yin-yang, we finally got some real answers about what was going on. Claire was diagnosed with MSG (Microcephaly with Simplified Gyral Patterns) by Dr. William Dobyns. He said she also had spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment). He basically told us he felt that her condition was likely genetic with a 25% chance for recurrence. He said he would help us find the gene(s) responsible so we could go on & have "healthy babies." He drew blood from Scott, Claire & me, and he told us that we'd need to start her on medicines to control her high tone/spasticity, reflux, and seizures. He said it would be a guessing game until we found the right combination, but that if we did EVERYTHING he said, Claire would likely not live to be one year old. He said she had FTT (Failure to Thrive), and her body was wasting away. He urged us to sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) so when she fell ill (likely with pneumonia, which she would eventually die from), we wouldn't be too emotionally involved to let her go.

We decided these were shitty odds (our daPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

United States random american poster Minneapolis, Minnesota  No.1345 

e 9). We also have two whippets named Romeo & Cash. Cash just so happens to be Lola's bestie! Search #CashandLola on Instagram for pics of these two (My handle is @gwennieh over there). We live in Kansas, U.S.A. Most people are curious about the girls, and I hope this post will help answer some of your questions.

Obviously since we had Cal first & he is typical, we were unaware that there was any genetic risks associated with having more children. We had a normal sonogram with Claire when I was 19 weeks pregnant. Everything was right on track, and they didn't schedule any further sonograms. She was born at term, and she weighed 6 lb. 12 oz. The first comment I made was, "You forget how tiny their little heads are!" Doctors were rushed into the delivery room to examine our baby girl, whose Apgar scores were 9 and 10. At one point, our OB-GYN said, "There are some problems with Claire…" and in true Gwen fashion, I said, "Well, we'll fix them!" He said, "I'm not sure you can…"

October 15, 2001 ~ Claire Elise

Our world spiraled out of control for the next few months as we searched for answers. After many misdiagnoses, much drama, and fear/worry out the yin-yang, we finally got some real answers about what was going on. Claire was diagnosed with MSG (Microcephaly with Simplified Gyral Patterns) by Dr. William Dobyns. He said she also had spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment). He basically told us he felt that her condition was likely genetic with a 25% chance for recurrence. He said he would help us find the gene(s) responsible so we could go on & have "healthy babies." He drew blood from Scott, Claire & me, and he told us that we'd need to start her on medicines to control her high tone/spasticity, r



Finland u can't just tell ppl to kill thems Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1337 [Reply]

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Finland osothoboroethnic Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1338 


Finland osothoboroathnic Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1339 

no wait that's wrong

Finland Xtian Reykjavik, Capital Region Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1341 


Finland santa Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1344 

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Finland Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1326 [Reply]

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Finland Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1327 


Finland  kill yourself..... Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1328 

b

Portugal Suave Aves, Porto  No.1332 +2 

test



Argentina random argentinean poster  No.1325 [Reply]

test


Argentina random argentinean poster  No.1321 [Reply]

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Argentina random argentinean poster  No.1322 

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Argentina random argentinean poster  No.1323 

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Germany random german poster Dedelstorf, Lower Saxony  No.1316 [Reply]

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Germany Hamburg, Hamburg  No.1319 

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United States random american poster (massive cuckold spotted) Pompano Beach, Florida  No.1317 [Reply]

United States random american poster Pompano Beach, Florida  No.1318 




United States Best regards - Jonne!T.BrJ.mqrQ Brooklyn, New York  No.1314 [Reply]

dshda


Finland kill yourself..... Vaasa, Ostrobothnia  No.1308 [Reply]

new me


Argentina random argentinean poster Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires F.D.  No.1307 [Reply]

Test


United States I Wish I Was In Dixie Asheboro, North Carolina  No.794 [Reply]

women are so fucking dumb and annoying

United States I Wish I Was In Dixie Asheboro, North Carolina  No.795 

>going into aldi
>woman pushing her cart in, i have a quarter in my hand
>say "excuse me" to get her attention
>she slightly tilts her head like she wanted to look back but doesn't
>walk up next to her and offer her the quarter for the cart
>she acts like a retard and takes it like this isn't something people do all the time
i think women unironically enjoy doing things less efficiently

United States I Wish I Was In Dixie Asheboro, North Carolina  No.796 

and if she thought i looked creepy or something good fuck women regardless

Finland random finnish poster Salo, Southwest Finland  No.803 

good thread

t. thread rater

Sweden random swedish poster Enkoping, Uppsala  No.804 

let's raid the /int/ggers bros



Turkey random turkish poster Istanbul, Istanbul  No.1291 [Reply]

____________________________

if you were killed tomorrow. i hardly think i could attend your funeral ceromony due to the fact that i would probably be arrested due to committing homicide to your murderer.
here is a representative ascii art of the gun i would probably be using :


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>88:8:8:8:8:888888800||0088888888888888888888888:
<88:8:8:8:8:888888888888888888888888888888888888:
>Y88:8:8:8:8:8888888888888888888oooooooooooooooP"
<`"8oooooooooooooooooooooooooo""""" """"""""""
>.88888888888.`::: 8
<88888888888Yo `` * 8
>.88888888888 `oooooooood8o
<88888888888'
>.88888888888
<88888888888'
>.88888888888
<98888888888'
>``""YY888P

we are true best friends.
we do things together.
we die together(except the hypothetical case of you getting killed and me getting in jail as in this case)

Russia seine wheelb Moscow, Moscow  No.1304 

funeral



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Finland ghettolord Salo, Southwest Finland  No.1301 [Reply]



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