Hello all! I just wanted to drop in and say hi. I am pregnant with our second child. EDD of 12/7! These boards were such a life saver for my during my last pregnancy. I'm looking forward to getting to know you all.
Me(24), DH(31), DD (1-1/2), 2 fur babies. 2 on the way! EDD 12/7/2012. HR 104 BPM 4/5.
Hi!! Congratulations! I am new to the boards, just found out I am preggo too with the expected Due Date of 12/25/12.... looks like a Christmas baby. This is also my second child. My first is 14 months.
Congratulations! I just found out I'm pregnant too.. Due Date is December 29th. Funny thing is that we did not want a Christmas baby... We didn't think we could get pregnant in April based on the doctors opinion... We only tried once in April.... and we weren't really trying. So it must be meant to be!
mimity... I'm also pregnant with my third (and I have a 5 year old and a 3 year old, too ). I would have to say I think I am more nervous this time around than I was with my first two. Strange!! I'm due 1/12/13.
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