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#1324573 01/23/04 09:07 PM
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My husband and I are recovering nicely and I'm very happy that we were able to make our marriage work!

Our 10th anniversary is coming up and I want to give him a special gift, but what do I get him? Tools? NO! Help!

Also, I would love to renew our vows and maybe even have a party, but since I've never been to an anniversary party or vow renewal, I don't know what to do!

It's coming up...March 5th. Any ideas? Going away without kids is out of the question. We have been blessed with a beautiful baby boy (now 8 months) and I'm still nursing. Besides, we want this to be a family thing because our family has survived.

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D-Day June 2001
affair happened in '97

x-ow one night stand
x-ow claimed that there was an OC for almost 5 1/2 years

found out on 3/17/03 from a DNA test that she lied

3 children together (9, 6 and 8 months) M almost 10yrs

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Why don't you have people over for appetizers and cake and view your wedding video or photos and just have a nice, lowkey time with people who love you both?
Make sure the party winds up around 11ish so you can have an hour or so alone as a couple afterwards before getting too sleepy to enjoy each other!

Have fun! <img border="0" title="" alt="[Cool]" src="images/icons/cool.gif" />


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