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    question about moving up?
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    kfadak posted:
    I was just wondering do we move up automatically or do we have to post our information on the 2nd trimester list? I'm 13 wks and 3 days today.
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    KBratt responded:
    You can move whenever you want to. When I was pregnant last time some ladies moved at 11w6d, some moved at 12w6d, some just moved because a close buddy did. There are no formalities
     
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Kelley,

    Officially, you're considered in your second trimester at 13w3d to 26w4, so you're ready to move up. Yay!!!

    Looks like I've been off on our 2nd Tri grads by a week or so. Sorry about that ladies...I was trying to keep you all to ourselves! LOL

    To move up, you just go on over to the 2nd Trimester Community and say hi. Byroney has a due date list on that board, too. So, you can add your name there, too.

    Congrats on moving up, but please check in here once in a while too so we can pull from your mommy wisdom!

    ~Andie
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