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NEW MOMMAS! ***Congrats*** Crystal-crys0511-5/14/12-Morgan Leigh
LABOR WATCH!! (37 weeks and on) ***In the home stretch*** Nicole-nicram8683-37w3d-6/25/12-Blue Kirsty-hopefulk77-37w1d-6/28/12-Blue
THIRD TRIMESTER!! (26w5d to 36w6d) ***You're almost there*** Jessica-Jessy0930-35w2d-7/11/12-Green Mary-MaryKate167-35w1d-7/12/12-Yellow Cody-codysu-33w1d-7/26/12-Pink Hannah-htots-30w0d-8/17/12-Blue Mandy-Mandy_Smiles-29w2d-8/23/12-Pink
SECOND TRIMESTER!! (13w3d to 26w4d) ***At the halfway point*** Bridget-BridgetBurke-24w3d-9/25/12-Pink Alicia-lilistars_mama-26w6d-9/28/12 Julie-jedmonds12-22w6d-10/7/12-Blue Pam-cheyenne828-15w1d-11/30/12-Yellow
FIRST TRIMESTER!! (BFP to 13w2d) ***Welcome to The List*** Melissa-MelBrody-12w4d-12/15/12-Green Kailah-MtnPrincess-12w3d-12/18/12-Green Larissa-spartanmommy08-5w6d-2/1/13-Green
NEED UPDATES!! ***Past Due*** Erin-thriftymommy2-42w5d-5/28/12-Blue
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