Cinco de Mayo!!! My little sister is so excited because our baby is due May 5th, her bday :) Haha I'll be moving to 2nd tri on Thurs! The time actually had gone pretty fast, kind of... We live In Wisconsin. I think May will be a great month, especially if I can afford to take a whole 12 week FMLA maternity leave... I could have off pretty much the whole summer! All of may, june, and july, and go back to work late July/early August! it would be great :)
Hi! Im due May 5th 2011. This will be my 2nd child, my first was born Feb 2009. I feel that it is so much rougher having had a baby just 20 months ago- I "popped" out at 5 weeks- literally! I already gained 5 lbs - but Dr is not concerned at this point. We checked really well at our first appt at the beginning of Oct for more than 1 baby- that is how big I am already. Dr said a lot of things factor - everyone is different, I just had a baby not that long ago so I am already somewhat adjusted, I was tiny so my stomach expanded sooner...none of which I am totally buying! LOL Well I look forward to talking with all of you and CONGRATS!!! May Babies;)
I'm due May 29th. this is my first and we live in LA. May is an awesome month. I thought it would be cool if our baby would have been born in july since both me and my husband were born in july and we were married in july.
but may is actually better-- hopefully it will be cooler then!
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