What you need to know about the Zika virus
I was in the hospital last week when the virus first broke out.
The next day, I woke up to the news that my husband had died from the virus, which is the second death of his family since I became pregnant.
I’m not sure what it was about that news that made me so sad, but I was so devastated.
I am a single mom with two children.
Since our second baby was born in January, my husband and I have spent almost all of our time in our house.
We have had to put him in a separate room with a wheelchair and have him wear a mask to protect him from the Zika.
I am not sure how many other mothers we have to worry about, but it’s definitely not us.
As a result, I haven’t been able to work, because I can’t afford to stay home and raise our two kids.
I have a job at a nursing home and we have the support of our family.
I love my husband dearly, and I know I will be able to give him the love he deserves.
I’m lucky that we have been able and willing to put ourselves through this ordeal.
But as you know, there are so many other moms and dads in our situation.
Many have been diagnosed with the virus as well.
And I know that it is very, very hard to make the choice to stay at home when you are worried about the future of your child.
We’re just lucky to have a support system that is there to support us through this difficult time.
We have been doing the best we can, but we have also been fighting against the virus and for our health and our families.
It’s so hard to put yourself in a position where you have to be at home, but to have your own home that is protected from the mosquitoes that carry the virus is a tremendous relief.
Our home has a mosquito net on the porch, but you can see the mosquitoes from your window.
The mosquitoes have been flying around here for the past two weeks, and they haven’t stopped.
There are mosquito traps in our yard and on our balcony.
It’s amazing that our mosquito control system is so good, because the mosquitoes are not just roaming around our home, they are living in our homes.
I have been very fortunate that my family has been able.
But I can tell you that I feel terrible for our friends and family who have been left out.
My husband, Paul, and my two daughters have a little girl.
She is 8 months old, and she is a very active baby.
She loves to play with her little brother and sister and runs around the house like crazy.
It is really difficult to have two little girls at home.
But the fact that we are all together makes me feel a lot better about my situation.
I think a lot of mothers feel like they are being pushed to the limit and that they can’t do anything to help their children.
I know it’s not true.
We are not asking you to be irresponsible.
We just want to help our children be healthy, but our kids need us.
The hardest thing for me to understand is that we still have a lot to do, especially in Puerto Rico.
I want to give my kids the best start in life, but there is so much more to do.
In Puerto Rico, I am also so thankful for the love of my husband, Jose, who has supported me and my family through this whole experience.
We don’t know what the future holds for us.
But he will always be there for me and for my family.
We are grateful for everything we have and are so proud to be here, and we will continue to do our best to help the kids, the parents, and the community.
I know that I will always have a great job at the nursing home.
My husband was a good friend to the patients and I want him to be there.
I do feel like I’m going to need to put my hands on them.
I will need to make sure they are comfortable and secure in their nursing home nursing units.
I think I will get used to that.
I don’t think it will take much time.
My daughter will not have the same experience.
I’m so proud of her.
She has been so healthy and active and excited about being an independent kid.
I really love her and hope she will do well.
I will be spending my time and energy helping our community and helping our kids.