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    KP1985 posted:
    I think my son thinks that my belly-button-ring is the baby. He keeps lifting up my shirt and asking to see the baby in my tummy and then poking my ring.

    It's pretty hilarious.

    Me: Wife to one. Mom to 4 - m/c (2007), DS (2), DD (1), LO (eed: Late September)
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    Jacque72903 responded:
    That is funny. DS is always pointing at my tummy saying baby. I am not sure he gets it, but he knows that there is something going on in mommy's belly. Just don't let your ds pull on it, wow would that hurt! lol


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