Well...I can't beleive it's that time already but I'll be 28 weeks on Wednesday so I think it's time I officially move up to the 3rd trimester boards. It's been great "chatting" and hearing all of your stories. Can't wait to see some of you on the other side in the coming weeks and for everyone else...I'm a lurker...so you'll probably hear from me again. Best of luck to all of you!! :)
Congrats!!! I will be with you in 4 more weeks!! lol Ironically when I hit 25 weeks I will be turning 25!! lol!! Also last month I had my OB appointment on the 22nd and I was 22 weeks along! And when I hit 28 Weeks it will be on the 28th of this month!!! Wow these numbers are really following me around!!
Jackie(me) 24, Teddy(DH) 22, Xavior(Nephew) 3, Miley(daughter) 2, Lil one due 4/23/11
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