I looked at it, and joined the group but I agree there doesnt seem to be anything going on in there. I would rather stay here. 13 weeks and counting...I did get to hear the babies heartbeat today...160
That's awesome! Best sound ever. I had my 12 week u/s a couple of weeks ago and it was great too! Love seeing that tiny baby on the screen. Hopefully another month and a half or so and I can find out the gender!
Me (24) DH (25) DD 12/21/2009 Expecting 2 in February 2014! Team green, hoping for team blue!
Congrats ladies!!! We are due February 24 and we can't wait, but we must. This is my first baby and my boyfriend's second and he's more emotional at ultrasounds than I am(lol love him). We just reached 12 weeks yesterday and the journey has been great so far. No morning sickness just plenty of sleep filled days and I haven't mastered brushing my teeth without gagging yet. Overall, Papa Bear, Brother Bear, and Mama Bear are a solid happy unit eagerly awaiting the arrival of our newest Bear(table for 4 please)!!! I hope your journeys are going well and wish you all the best!!! Here is to our precious gifts.-83C-F89-83C-F81-83C-F8A-83C-F88-83D-C9D-83D-C63
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