Here are the updates for the week of 9/24/12. If anything needs to be corrected, please let me know.
If you'd like to be added to next weeks list, just respond to the post and I will get it next week! Please respond with your due date, how far along you are and if you are on the blue or pink team or want a surprise! ***Yellow means you want a surprise and green means you are finding out***
Additions and Updates:
Congratulations to Lopersgrl on moving up to Labor Watch!
Congratulations Deliela999 on moving up to Third Trimester!
Congratulations Westsidebee on moving up to Third Trimester!
If you have any up coming appointments you'd like to be added to the important dates section, I can add them.
Important Dates! (OB and peri appointments, u/s, etc.)***
Update on me: Still pregnant. <Sigh.> Induction is scheduled for October 1st if she hasn't shown up by then. We check in to the hospital on the 30th at 5 pm. It is very depressing to go over your due date.
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