Congratulations!! I'm going to have an April baby myself. I haven't had my first ob/gyn appt to be exactly sure how far along I am but as of right now it looks like I'm due April 2nd :) Congrats again! Go April babies!!
Can't wait to meet my little peanut :)
07/26/10 - Positive HPT!!
I think that I am also due in April. I have not had my first appointment yet, it is scheduled for 9/1. The day before by 29th birthday! I am getting very excited and I cannot wait to tell my family and friends. Any suggestions on when that should be done? I know most people say that you should wait until after the 1st trimester. I was thinking that it would be ok at about 9 weeks. That way I will have had my doctor appt. Any thoughts would be helpful.
I am also due in April but was not keeping track of my period so I don't know exactly when. I have my first appt. on Sept. 1 with a midwife I have heard great things about. I am about six weeks along and I have told close family and friends. I will wait to tell others until after my 12 week appointment at least to make sure all is well. Go with your heart and tell family and friends when you want.
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